Zoo Med Eco Earth Compressed Coconut Fiber Substrate
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- Ideal for naturalistic terrarium type set-ups incorporating reptiles, amphibians or invertebrates.
- Use it damp for tropical species as it naturally absorbs and breaks down odor and waste products.
- All natural green" product"
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Eco Earth® Loose Coconut Fiber Substrate is a product made from the husks of coconuts and can be safely composted or recycled into potted plants or gardens. Add Eco Earth® loose coconut fiber substrate on top of Zoo Meds HydroBalls® to create an ideal drainage layer for optimum plant growth, humidity and drainage in naturalistic terrariums.
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|Item Dimensions||6.2 x 8 x 4.1 in||9.8 x 17.5 x 4.8 in||8 x 4 x 6 in||8 x 12.5 x 1.5 in||11 x 6 x 15 in||8.4 x 10.3 x 4.1 in|
Top customer reviews
It's the only substrate I'll use for them anymore.
It helps keep the humidity constant in their tank, which is crucial. It's safe for them to eat, doesn't have much of a smell (like good clean dirt, if anything at all) and I feel far better about having my little guyz run around in this than in some sort of dyed or treated novelty sand, or painted pebbles. It's especially good for when they molt. I haven't lost a single crab in a molt since switching to this stuff.