Exo Terra Bio Drain Terrarium Draining Reptile Substrate, 4.4-lb bag

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About This Item

  • Non-toxic non-decomposable liner keeps the underlying draining substrate separate from the decorative terrarium top-layer substrate which allows proper water drainage and prevents contamination
  • Create decorative water drainage systems without contamination from decorative substrate particles
  • Ideal for creating water areas and biological filtration systems
  • Prevents substrates from contaminating the water
  • Part of the BioDrain Terrarium Draining System

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Litter & Bedding TypePorous GravelClaySandSandSand
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Questions & Answers

8 Customer Questions


How much is 5 ponds of this draining gravel? For instance, is one pond about one cup? or half a cup?
Answer by ChewyJul 10, 2017
5 pounds of Exo Terra Bio Drain Terrarium Draining Reptile Substrate would be 10 cups and 4.4 pounds will amount to 8.8 cups.

I have a greek tortoise would recommend using calcium sand as part of tortoise substrate
Answer by ChewyDec 09, 2019
It is not recommended to use calcium sand for Geek tortoises.

Is this lightweight or like regular gravel?
Answer by ChewyJun 18, 2021
The substrate is a bit lighter than gravel. It is similar to crushed lava rock or pumice stones.

How large are these piece? Like what size?
Answer by ChewyMay 06, 2021
The substrate is roughly the same size as common leca balls.


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3 Customer Reviews



Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Steve on Jan 10, 2022

Works and tank appeal lol

Drains just fine really dusty had to rinse with treated water and strain a few times before use.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Macintire96 on Apr 6, 2019

Bio active crested gecko

Working perfectly no issues whatsoever. Just make sure you rinse it very very well.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By CJP1 on Apr 19, 2018

NOT what is shown at all! Can't use.

What I "see" in the photos is something 1/4=5/8". It is NOT! All it is, is big chunks of Heavy lava rock 5/8"=1 1/2"! The one star is for fast shipping.