Exo Terra Jungle Earth Tropical Terrarium Reptile Substrate

By Exo Terra
Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • 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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Questions & Answers

8 Customer Questions


Would this work well for a Rose hair tarantula? And if so, would the 4 qt or 8 qt be better for my 10 gallon aquarium for her? Thank you.
Answer by ChewyJun 01, 2019
This substrate is perfect for humidity-loving invertebrates. Determining how much substrate to buy for your aquarium depends on the size and shape of your tank, as well as the depth of the substrate bed you wish to achieve.

will this work for a russian tortoise for an inside cage? and to replace cyprus mulch????
Answer by ChewyJan 22, 2018
This substrate is perfect for Lizard, Tortoises and other reptiles.

Is this good for Leopard Geckos
Answer by ChewyAug 30, 2021
This substrate is not recommended for leopard geckos.

Does this work for hermann tortoises
Answer by ChewyAug 08, 2021
This substrate is suitable for humidity-loving reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.


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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Not4allreptis on Aug 3, 2022

Not for all reptiles

Couldn’t findd coconut fibers, which are more gentle for my son’s gecko.Well this substrate feels like a bunch of hard wood chips. Next I’ll just wait for the next inventory


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Nicki on Dec 24, 2020

Not good for high humidity

Used for my rainbow boa, needs 80% humidity. The misted water sank below the substrate creating a puddle but the top of the substrate was dry. The pooled water under the substrate couldn't evaporate into the tank so the mister was spraying constantly. Created a huge mess of almost a gallon of free water under the substrate.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By savannah on Aug 8, 2020

for my tarantula

Got this for my tarantula and I love it! Seems to keep just the right amount of humidity needed and is good for his burrows.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Good on Jul 31, 2017

The best substrate

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