Zoo Med Aquatic River Turtle Tank Pebbles, 10-lb bag

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About This Item

  • Pebble substrate for turtle tanks.
  • Do not use for your softshell turtle.
  • Made using all-natural, pre-washed river rock.
  • Crafted to be safe for all sizes of aquatic turtles.
  • Claw-fect for red-eared sliders, map turtles, painted turtles, musk turtles, cooters and more.

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Questions & Answers

5 Customer Questions


Is it safe for my turtle
Answer by ChewyDec 29, 2020
These all-natural river rock pebbles are great for Red-eared Sliders, Map Turtles, Painted Turtles, Musk Turtles, Cooters, and other species of fully aquatic turtles. They are not suitable for softshell turtles.

Are these big enough to not be eaten by an aquatic turtle?
Answer by ChewyJan 20, 2021
The river pebbles are a variety of sizes and some of the small ones depending on the turtles size could be accidentally ingested. We always recommend watching the turtle when it eats and feeding foods that cannot fall into the pebbles as well as scooping out left over food after 10 minutes.

Are these pebbles black when submerged in water?
Answer by ChewySep 08, 2021
The Turtle River pebbles are not black when submerged in water, they are different colors like normal rocks.

how many bags will I need for my 50 gallon tank?
Answer by ChewyMar 21, 2021
Determining how much substrate to buy for your new reptile habitat depends on the size and shape of your tank, as well as the depth of the substrate bed you wish to achieve. We suggest 1 pound of substrate per gallon, to achieve a 1 inch bed or 2 pounds per gallon, for a 2 inch deep bed.


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3 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By turtlelover3 on Nov 30, 2021

love them. fills my 10 gal perfectly.

I would recommend washing them an straining them a few times to make sure all the debris don’t go into the tank when you add them. Other than that I have no complaints.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Kass on Nov 29, 2021

Not Suitable for Turtles

Not suitable for aquatic turtles. Way too small risks impaction unhappy that these are labeled that they are for turtles


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Yummy on Nov 10, 2021

River Pebbles

Pebbles are very good not broken actually very good quality