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Individual Methods for
Outdoor Climbing Framework
The methods outlined in this section relate to
features of enclosure construction and layout which may be used to enhance the living
conditions of animals, including the use of shelter areas, vegetation, viewing platforms
and climbing structures.
||Comprises of bars, grills and
poles, connected to other enclosure areas by ropes and nets, with nesting baskets attached
to the sides of the frame. Size 14 feet high x 40 feet long x 2-4 feet wide.
||Climbing frame to encourage
exercise and activity, provides a viewing platform to see out of the enclosure.
||Sturdy and durable.
||Very unnatural looking.
||Remove solid grill and separate
frame into distinct "islands" reached by ropes. Provide tunnels, swings and
platforms, to allow escape during aggressive interactions.
|Value For Money
|Range of Users
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