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PostSubject: T-Rex Dessert Snow substrate   Fri 13 Apr - 1:12

Hello,
can someone tell us something about T-Rex Desert Snow substrate?
Making it clump? It rots? What's going on when it is eaten? I have seen the material once and thought it was cat litter.
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PostSubject: Re: T-Rex Dessert Snow substrate   Fri 13 Apr - 10:55

It is basically small flecks of paper. I have not kept any animals in it long term. A lot of breeders in the USA use it in the deli cups that they have their animals in at reptile shows. I would guess it has many of the attributes of newpaper as a substrate. It does clump so it might work well for spot cleaning. Hope this helps.
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PostSubject: Re: T-Rex Dessert Snow substrate   Fri 13 Apr - 16:12

Hello Bob,
Thank you for your answer.
Klaus-Jürgen

Bob Herrington wrote:
It is basically small flecks of paper. I have not kept any animals in it long term. A lot of breeders in the USA use it in the deli cups that they have their animals in at reptile shows. I would guess it has many of the attributes of newpaper as a substrate. It does clump so it might work well for spot cleaning. Hope this helps.
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