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Zoo Med Forest Floor Natural Cypress Mulch Reptile Bedding

Zoo Med Forest Floor Natural Cypress Mulch Reptile Bedding

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    By Trina on Jul 11, 2018

    I got this for my Iguana's enclosure and I absolutely love it. It holds humidity and I highly recommend for reptiles who need humidity. I will definitely buy from Chewy again they are nice and understanding and the package comes quick.

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    By Ronnie on Jul 29, 2018

    We don't have our turtle yet but it looks like it will work OK.

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    We don't have our turtle yet but it looks like it will work OK.

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    I normally use Jungle Mix substrate for my blue tongue skink but that was getting expensive (About a dollar per quart). I heard a lot of good things about using cypress mulch as a substrate for skinks. The price is definitely much more affordable. If you have a blue tongue that requires a higher than average humidity, like mine which is a Merauke blue tongue, you will need to mist the substrate daily to keep the humidity up which can be an inconvenience unless you buy a mist machine. And for what it is, I wouldn't let a young child handle this substrate as it is prickly and has some sharp edges. I was at first concerned if it will poke my skink's eye or scratch him but so far, so good. I normally use Jungle Mix substrate for my blue tongue skink but that was getting expensive (About a dollar per quart). I heard a lot of good things about using cypress mulch as a substrate for skinks. The price is definitely much more affordable. If you have a blue tongue that requires a higher than average humidity, like mine which is a Merauke blue tongue, you will need to mist the substrate daily to keep the humidity up which can be an inconvenience unless you buy a mist machine. And for what it is, I wouldn't let a young child handle this substrate as it is prickly and has some sharp edges. I was at first concerned if it will poke my skink's eye or scratch him but so far, so good. He is a tough little dude. However, it appears that he still prefer the peat moss over this as he is not burrowing as much as he normally would. For now, I will finish this bag and wait and see before making a final decision of whether or not I will be staying with this substrate. For the price and quantity, it's a good buy from Chewy for anyone who is set to use this type of bedding. … more

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