Repti Sand - Desert White
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Rating: 4.0

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1. Natural Colors! No added dyes or chemicals. 2. Stimulates natural digging and burrowing behavior. 3. Excellent heat conductor. 4. Excellent egg-laying medium for many reptiles. 5. Creates a very naturalistic and attractive environment for desert reptile species. 6. Long lasting and easy to clean!
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Margaret
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Rating: 4

Desert life

posted 6 years ago

My turtle seems to enjoy this product better than most

Pros: easy to clean

Cons: none

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

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