Bed-A-Beast Litter
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Bed-a-beast Litter


Rating: 4.7

Average rating from 17 reviews.

(4.7 out of 5, based on 17 reviews)

100% coconut husk, expands to 7-8 times its original size. Highly absorbent, non-toxic and non-abrasive. Harmless if ingested. Use moist or dry. One block yields 7-8 liters of bedding.
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Rating: 5

Bought on the advice of our vet

posted 5 years ago

Our snake was raised in corn cob bedding because that was what the people we got him from were using. We really knew nothing about raising him, so I sent my son to a class our vet was having. This is the cage bedding he reccommended. we got it and immediately noticed a difference in behavior. He became extremely active. And even more so after adding the correct lights. He is very happy with my daughter's family now.

Pros: the snake really likes it

Cons: preparation is time consuming

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Rating: 5

Great stuff

posted 6 years ago

a very cost-effective, natural looking substrate great for maintaining humidity in tropical habitats, especially for amphibians.

Pros: economical

Cons: can retain too much humidity

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