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How big are the rocks?

We are getting a red eared slider and we got the decorative reptofilter but we cant fill the water past a certain point. We are trying to figure out a way to prop the filter up so we can fill the tank half way full. So we are trying to figure out a way to keep it up with a similar kind of rock. ( its almost like slate). these rocks would be perfect, but it depends on how big they are.
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This is an old question but for anyone else wondering, I bought these today and the largest in the pack is almost 4"x4", and the smallest is about 2.5"x2.5" (the stones graduate in size). Most are about 1/2" thick, but one was a bit over 3/4" thick. They're a pretty lightweight stone - if someone wanted to make a structure more than 2 stones tall or to make a hiding place, I would suggest the XL size stones as they're much bigger and much heavier, and less likely for your pet to accidentally knock the stones over and hurt themselves.
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Can they be used for a substrate?

I'm getting a Leopard Gecko soon and have been researching for months. I have found that the best flooring ( substrate ) would be a rock like substance. This is because they are from rocky terrains. Can these rocks fit together in a 10 gal. tank to make up the substrate?
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Yes they can. may not be exactly even on the bottom because they are all different shapes and sizes but you can certainly use these for substrate. what I did for my leopard geckos is laid down sand on the very bottom of my 20 gallon long about half an inch thick and I laid down 2 12x12 slate tile that look like real natural rock coloring and she loves it! it heats up perfectly for her on her hot side with my heat lamp and UTH and the cool side stays cool. just like tile should! she loves the natural look too. way better than using sand, reptile bedding, or any reptile carpeting. reptile carpet can actually snag on their toes and in some cases rip off their toenails off and can sometimes tangle up and cut off blood flow in their toes causing their toes to fall off too eventually.
But yes, for your question, those would be very suitable for substrate. leopard geckos naturally live in deserts and flat rocks is their natural substrate that they lie on and crawl under and through! your gecko will love it
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can these be used in water for red belly toads if I want to build a waterfall?
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