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PLEASE help! :( Do you think it's safe to have a 25watt light bulb in small cage

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Default PLEASE help! :( Do you think it's safe to have a 25watt light bulb in small cage



with a baby bat? For some reason I keep thinking it's going to explode and kill the little bat.

I know it's rare for light bulbs to explode, but it's in a small cage, near material and plastic...

I have no other way to keep the cage warm. If the bat gets too cold he'll die. He's only about a week old. We found him in the backyard.
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