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A basement hobby born in 2000 has grown into a wonderful world of reptiles for Greg West. Based in the heart of western Canada, West's family business, Cornel's World, is considered a go-to destination for custom terrariums, reptile supplies, and caging. "Scaled" spotlights the inner workings of the company, following a crew of master builders, habitat designers, and self-proclaimed reptile nerds who create one-of-a-kind terrariums for clients ranging from pet owners, major zoos and some of the largest reptile breeders in North America. The series also brings viewers up close to unique reptiles like bearded dragons, Asian vine snakes, basilisk lizards, ball pythons and agamas.

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The team must create a samurai-themed enclosure for two boa constrictors in time for the grand opening of Serpent Tattoo; Rachel is forced to confront her fear of snakes when the team collaborates with a rattlesnake wrangler.
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The team create a gangster-themed enclosure for seven snakes; a Russian tortoise name Littlefoot gets a new home;. when Greg takes Kevin to the veterinarian, the results are a bit surprising.
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Greg and habitat designer Lucas travel to Washington State to meet the Dasch family, who look to create a grand Mayan-inspired terrarium for their extensive collection of poisonous dart frogs.
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Just south of Cornel's World, reptile and amphibian lover and rescuer, Stevie, enlists the team to come up with a sci-fi fantasy-themed enclosure for her basilisk lizard; the guys lay a little princess magic on a showpiece for three ball pythons.
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The team builds a Bali-themed enclosure for a blue-tongued skink and gifts the clients an additional enclosure for their crested geckos; Greg surprises long-time client Tonya with a white throat monitor to expand her reptile collection.
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Greg and Lucas create a Jurassic-themed enclosure for a blue-tongued skink; Tyrone and Chris construct a versatile enclosure for a reptile rescue that will house a Ball python, Gecko, Bearded dragon, and Uromastyx.
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Greg and Lucas make clients Aaron and Karen a dinosaur-themed enclosure for a new reptile they're introducing into their growing family; with Jason and Chris' guidance, animal lover Kate picks out an affectionate blue Tegu that melts her heart.
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Greg and Lucas visit the Moorehouse family who want an Old West saloon-themed enclosure for their first reptile; Tyrone, Jason, Chris, and Lucas have a competition to see who creates the funniest memes.
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The team come up with a bodacious "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure"-themed terrarium for Jay and Bean from Happy Harbor Comics; Jordan and her dad, Corrado, want a modern art piece enclosure that'll show Jordan's love for triathlons.
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The team create a circus-themed enclosure for the Hazelaar family's bearded dragon, Nash; Jason helps Greg out with Emma's surprise party by bringing some of his own reptiles, but Greg might not be comfortable with Jason's pet tarantula at the party.

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