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The Deluxe MinMax Thermometer made by Zoo-Med not only measures the temperature of your animals enclosure but also records the highest and lowest temperature during a 24 hour period. The readings are in Celcius and Farenheit readings and adhesion backing on the thermometer allows it to easily attach to most enclosures. It is great for outdoor reptile enclosures, bird aviaries, dog and cat kennels, egg incubators and raising delicate young animals.Size:6 12" L x 3" W x 1" Deep
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