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Zoo MedTM Eco Earth Loose Reptile Substrate uploaded by Hannah S.Zoo MedTM Eco Earth Loose Reptile Substrate uploaded by Hannah S.
Zoo MedTM Eco Earth Loose Reptile Substrate

Zoo MedTM Eco Earth Loose Reptile Substrate

BY ZOO MED

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Zoo Med Eco Earth substrate by Zoo Med is a Loose Coconut Fiber Substrate that is made from the husks of coconuts and can be safely composted into potted plants or gardens. The substrate effectively breaks down odor and waste products. Features: For use damp tropical species Environment Type: Reptile Species: Frogs, toads, dryland newts (not aquatic newts), tortoises, box turtles and other terrestrial type turtles, forest dwelling lizards and snakes (not desert species) and all types of invertebrates including hermit crabs Color: Brown Package Weight: Net Wt. 24 dry Qt. (23 L) Maintenance: Zoo Med Eco Earth Loose Coconut Fiber Substrate is ideal for burrowing pets like some varieties of tortoise, turtle and toad. If you have a burrowing pet, you can fill your terrarium with enough coconut husk reptile bedding to a depth of 1 A,A1/2 to 2 times the height of your pet. That way, there is ample material to create natural burrows for resting or natural hibernation cycles. Eco Earth coconut fiber substrate is easy to maintain and replace. Spot clean as needed and replace entirely at least every 6 months. Old or soiled substrate can be sustainably composted or recycled. see more...

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Zoo MedTM Eco Earth Loose Reptile Substrate
Zoo MedTM Eco Earth Loose Reptile Substrate
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Hannah S.
Rome, GA
100 reviews
Love it!! used it with geckos, frogs, anoles, and snakes and it is awesome. have used it for years.
Kristina R.
39 reviews
This is the only dirt I use for my Russian Tortoise. I've used this exact brand for the past five years. I prefer the bagged one over the brick version because it's a lot less messy to deal with (it just costs more). Doesn't smell and I spray the top of the dirt with water so it's not as dusty in the enclosure. Would highly recommend.
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