We will post updates as we install the equipment and will include images of the process. We hope the facility will provide just the environment required to keep Rhinoderma happy and healthy. Right off the bat we would like to thank the folks at ZooMed for their outstanding assistance and support of this project. Linda Reed and the Bagnall family graciously allowed us to use the ZooMed facility in California as a staging area for our equipment before it was shipped to Valparaiso, Chile. Not surprisingly, our new facility in Santiago, Chile, is stocked with ZooMed equipment and terrariums, which are also used in the “frog pod” at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. We’d like to thank our project supporters in the Association of Zoos and Aquariums CEF program, the Shared Earth Foundation, the Chicago Board of Trade, the George and Marry Rabb Foundation, and the Sophie Danforth Conservation Biology Fund. Please stay tuned for more posts!