Reptile Substrate

Choosing the proper reptile substrate for snakes and lizards is not just a matter of appearance, but it is a matter of safety and survival. Using sand with an animal that is too young, or too small may end up causing its death from blockages of nasal cavity. Other substrates such as coconut bark are designed for use in high humidity or always wet applications, since it doesn't mold or mildew with the constant wetness. Yet other substrates for reptiles are designed for breeding purposes, to hatch eggs.

Fluker's Hermit Beach Sand Substrate for Hermit Crabs

Fluker’s Hermit Beach Sand Substrate for Hermit Crabs

Hermit Happiness
Pros: My hermies love this!
Cons: Need bigger Bags
I put this product on one side of my tank, most of my hermits clung to that side, and even started burying themselves in it right away. So, I just bought for more bags of it to mix with my other sand....
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