I keep seeing so many people talk about why aquariums are not good habitiats for hedgies, but I don't get why they are bad and Sterilite cages are not. Aside from the weight, which *can* make an aquarium harder to clean (but both are bulky - one is just heavier), how does one offer more ventilation than another? It seems like Sterilite cages are quite accepted where aquariums are not, so I was just curious.
Before I get any slack, my hedgie is in a critter nation cage
My hamster is in an aquarium as she will chew on ANYTHING she can get her teeth into (I have to have all her furniture chew proof, even her bottle is a target so it has to be glass and metal, ahahha!).