Exo Terra Forest Branch, Small (Exact Size May Vary)
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- Natural branches
- Heat treated
- Create a 3 dimensional environment
- Ideal for rainforest and desert terrariums
- Easy to integrate in any natural terrarium set-up
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 25.4 x 15.24 x 12.7 cm; 64 Grams
- Date First Available : 30 July 2020
- Manufacturer : Exo Terra
- ASIN : B0032GG7M4
- Item Model Number : PT3075A1
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The Exo Terra forest branch provides a natural and three dimensional climbing environment for all arboreal type reptiles and amphibians, as well as adding an interest to the appearance of the terrarium.
These natural branches resemble aged hardwood branches as seen in tropical forest and deserts alike and are easy to integrate in any natural terrarium set-up. The different sizes and shapes of the branches provide proper exercise for many reptile species like e.g. Chameleons. Small size.
Each order comes with 1 x Exo Terra Forest Branch, Small
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 November 2017
Bought the small branches for some tree frogs, turns out they are better suited to woodlice since they can get more use out of them.
NEVER BUY UNLESS YOU HAVE A PHOTO with the item in the sellers hand for size comparison. Always ask questions, as many as you can before letting any money switch hands and cards even if solf by a reputable/well known seller/brand.
Stuff like this, always go to the physical shop to get a real look. Pain in the backside, but it saves you your money when theres no option to contact them about it to sort out further issues.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 October 2019
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 June 2021