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Exo Terra Jungle Earth Tropical Terrarium Reptile Substrate

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Description

Create a jungle habitat and encourage your pet's burrowing behaviors with Exo Terra Jungle Earth Tropical Terrarium Reptile Substrate. In the wild, reptiles burrow to hide, sleep and relieve stress. Exo Terra Jungle Earth Tropical Terrarium Reptile Substrate is all natural and provides perfect coverage. It is also a vital part of keeping the microclimate in your pet's terrarium balanced and provides nutrition to live plants.

Key Benefits
  • In the wild, reptiles burrow to hide, sleep and relieve stress. Exo Terra Substrate is all natural and provides perfect coverage.
  • A vital part of keeping the microclimate in your pet's terrarium balanced and provides nutrition to live plants
  • Ideal for natural terrarium set-ups and perfect for humidity-loving reptiles
  • Stimulates natural digging and burrowing behavior
  • Nutritional substrate for live plants

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  • Item Number
    96503
  • Brand

    Exo Terra

  • Litter & Bedding Type

    Douglas Fir, Moss

  • Reptile Type

    Lizard, Tortoise

Instructions

Spread a 1-2” layer (3-5 cm) of the bark on the terrarium floor. Water or mist the substrate according to the humidity level required. Use an Exo Terra Hygrometer to monitor the level. To increase air humidity in well-ventilated terrariums or those with very high humidity requirements, place an Exo Terra terrarium substrate heater underneath the terrarium. Spot clean the bedding on a daily basis, and completely replace with new bedding when necessary.

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  • The best substrate

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    My anole is very happy he moves around when I had carpet in there he only stayed in his skull when I put the substrate in his terrarium he loved it he moves out of his skull

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