Komodo Jelly Pot Rock Den, Gray

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The Komodo Jelly Pot Rock Den is a useful product for holding jelly pots in your happy herp’s tank. Jelly pots are a popular source of nutrition for omnivorous reptiles as well as their food sources, such as crickets. This rock den offers you a natural-looking and esthetically pleasing way to hold those jelly pots in place while your cold-blooded sweetie dines, and also gives him a safe place to hide. It’s easy to clean because it’s made of smooth resin.

Key Benefits
  • Made from smooth resin for easy cleaning.
  • A natural-looking way to conceal jelly pots and hold them in place.
  • Suitable for omnivorous reptiles and amphibians.
  • Can be used in terrariums or aquariums.
  • Also offers a source of shelter.

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  • Item Number
    216155
  • Dimensions
    7.9 x 4.4 x 4.3 inches
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Reptile Type
    Lizard, Bearded Dragon, Snake, Tortoise
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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Noodle cave

    By MotherOfDragon on Jun 12, 2021

    Bought this as an extra cave for my African House snake. He's a little guy and I like to provide as many options for hiding as possible for him. I'll probably add some sphagnum moss to it just to give him extra coverage.

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    Great for Feeding Dubias

    By BeetheKitty on Mar 10, 2021

    I use this for my dubia roaches. I don't buy the pots with them, I just throw in the bug burger or baby food, they crawl in, munch, and leave! Much better than using storage and soda lids

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