Zoo Med Repti Chips Reptile Carpet

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Description

Keep your desert dweller’s home dry, clean and comfy with Zoo Med Repti Chips Reptile Carpet. This ultra-absorbent substrate is made with heat-treated aspen wood chips to help maintain a dry terrarium. It’s great for use with adult desert reptile species including Bearded Dragons, Uromastyx Lizards, Geckos, desert-type Skinks, Boas, Pythons, Rat Snakes (Corn Snakes), King Snakes and more. It contains no shavings, slivers or dust for a cleaner, healthier tank. Plus, cleanups are a breeze—simply scoop the clumps like litter!

Key Benefits
  • Highly absorbent bedding helps maintain a dry, clean environment.
  • Ideal for use with adult desert species including snakes.
  • Clumping action makes maintenance a breeze—simply scoop like litter!
  • Contains no harsh shavings, slivers or dust.
  • Made with heat-treated aspen wood chips.

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  • Item Number
    318608
  • Dimensions
    14.7 x 29.3 x 7.7 inches
  • Weight
    7.67 pounds
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Reptile Type
    Lizard, Frog, Bearded Dragon, Insect, Snake, Hermit Crab, Aquatic Turtle
Instructions

Place Inside Aquarium or Reptile Habitat

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    Bedding for dragon

    By Wiped on Nov 13, 2021

    Ive read soo much about bearded dragon substrate and was against it all together. I came across these in an article and it made sense soo i thought i would try but keep an eye on him. He loves it, and there is no dust and no sharp pieces. He loves it in his huts.i just make sure there isn’t any near his food dishes incase he drops a piece of food and picks it back up

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