Zilla Aquatic Turtle Food
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Rating: 4.8

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(4.8 out of 5, based on 12 reviews)

Formulated diet ensures superior nutrition for your pet. Promotes excellent shell color and activity.
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sue p.
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Rating: 5

Better than catching flies

posted 5 years ago

Over the years we always caught flies and gave them to our turtle along with his greens. The Zilla Aquatic Turtle food is not only easier to feed but the turtles love it.

Pros: turtles love it

Cons: none

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Ethan W.
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Rating: 5

Great For Red eared Sliders

posted 5 years ago

we've had red eared sliders in the past because we rehab injured turtles. This is a great food that event he injured wild turtles have adapted to eating. They do really well and I'm sure healed more quickly getting the good nutrients in this food

Pros: nutritious palatable food

Cons: none

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