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All natural, sustainably harvested Sphagnum mossContains no dyes or chemicalsContains enough moss for a 10 gallon terrariumIdeal for use with frogs, toads, salamanders, garter or green snakesMade in the USA
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Can this be used for a ball python?

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A clump of it in a humid hide would do just fine, but I wouldn't use it as the actual substrate. Get something like aspen bedding for that.
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can terrarium moss be used for the wet or dry side of the tank?

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