Eco Earth by Zoo-Med
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Eco Earth By Zoo-med

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Rating: 4.3

Average rating from 8 reviews.

(4.3 out of 5, based on 8 reviews)

Ecologically friendly compressed coconut fiber expands greatly to cover a wide expanse of reptile terrarium space. A single brick will expand enough to cover one 55 gallon aquarium, 2 in. thick.
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IvyDaXia
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Rating: 1

I use this

posted 5 years ago

I usually buy this in a 3 pack and use it for my hermit crabs. I personally like the "dirt" smell of it and it helps biodigrade poo and food that I cant pick up. It can be messy but that really dosnt bother me.

Pros: good for biodigration

Cons: messy

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Gweedo77
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Rating: 5

Works & Smells Nice

posted 6 years ago

This stuff works GREAT! It smells really fresh and clean, and it stays nice looking for awhile. Kinda pricey though. Very messy, I find this all over when done changing/cleaning tank.

Pros: Smells Great

Cons: Messy

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