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Zilla Zilla Terraced Dish

Shallow steps offer better access to food or waterNatural look with man-made cleaning easeGreat for turtles, tortoises and small reptiles
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Is the large big enough for a corn snake?

Is the large size big enough for a full grown corn snake? Will it be heavy enough for it not to tip over?
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it is heavy, but is small in person. good for a leopard gecko, but a corn snake wont be able to baith in it to get shed off.
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