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Zoo Med - Aspen Snake Bedding

#1 Preferred snake bedding by professional herpetoculturists worldwide! Provides a safe, naturalistic substrate that allows snakes, lizards, and small animals to form burrows and nests as they would in the wild. It has a 191% absorbency rating and is odorless-safe for all snakes. No toxic oils like cedar and other similar wood shavings. Can also be used for birds, lizards, tortoises, turtles, tarantulas, and insects. Green product made from a renewable resource. Easy to clean. 99.9% dust free.
Manufacturer: Zoo Med
Availability: In stock
Delivery date: 1-2 days
R 175.00

Zoo Med Aspen Snake Bedding provides a safe, naturalistic substrate that allows snakes, lizards, and small animals to form burrows and nests as they would in the wild. It has a 191% absorbency rating and is odorless-safe for all snakes. No toxic oils like cedar and other similar wood shavings.

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