Zoo Med Creatures Glow In The Dark Reptile Feeding Tongs

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About This Item

  • Feeding tongs for invertebrates.
  • Crafted to be safe for both you and your pet.
  • Designed to glow in the dark for your convenience.
  • Considered to be more hygienic than hand feeding.
  • Ideal for feeding your praying mantis, arachnid or insects.

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MaterialPlasticStainless Steel, MetalPlasticPlasticPlastic
Fish TypeN/ACichlid, Marine Fish, Marine Invertebrate
Bowl & Storage FeatureN/AN/AN/A
Capacity (Max)N/AN/AN/A

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kimmy on Jun 22, 2022

Chewy is great

Get’s the job done..Long and easy to grip and it gentle enough to feed my lizard without cutting him.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kazoo on Sep 19, 2020

They're tongs

I just needed them to pick up feeder bugs so they work, if you use them to feed a gecko you wont have to worry about them accidentally cutting themselves on the tips of the tongs as they're rounded and soft. although they're not very long so if you have a larger lizard who might strike and miss their feeder I would recommend a longer pair of tongs as this is more for smaller critters.