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Is this good for a anole and does it hold humidity good?

I have a anole and I want to change substrates because my little anole eats his coconut fibre substrate sometimes and I don't want him to get impacted and die. Also thinking about remodeling his home. Just found out that he can climb glass. Scared me at first. Haha. If anyone can help me out I'd really appreciate it.
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This would work just fine for an anole. It does hold humidity well, but I often have to add water to it with having the multiple lighting and heat lights. My frogs will strike at food occasionally and get a mouth full of the moss - but they know to spit it out it seems - plus it's attached so they basically have to spit it out.
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is their a size that it would fit a 10 gallon tank from the exo terra moss mat

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Item # PT2485 will fit a 10 gallon aquarium.
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What material is the Exo Terra Moss Mat Terranium Substrate made of? Does it float? Often reported that turtles will eat it??

I would like to maybe use this as part of my basking area build for my yellow belly slider. I would probably attach it to egg crate and suspend it at the water's surface somehow. But I was wondering if it would be toxic to turtles to eat because they will eat everything (if I'm unable to prevent it). Have you had frequent reports of any reptiles eating it?
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The material is non-toxic, but like anything eaten in high volume that cannot be digested, it can form a problem (impaction, for example). Aquatic turtles, especially slider species, are not very discerning when it comes to diet. They will eat anything.
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CAN THIS ITEM BE USED FOR A TARANTULAS HABITAT?

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