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Zoo Med Zoo Med Desert White Repti Sand

All natural substrate for desert dwelling reptilesPure, very fine quartz desert sand--better than silica sand stimulates natural digging and burrowing behaviorNatural colorsNo added dyes or chemicals
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Is this safe for baby painted turtles? I'm planning on using this sand in water, would that make a difference?

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yes its safe it will cause no impaction unless he eats more than a tablespoon
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does this have calcium in it?
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Has anyone used this for their bearded dragon, and for how long have you used it? Also how old should the dragon be before using sand?

I'm very nervous about my dragon becoming impacted. Right now I use paper towels, but I am considering buying sand for him, I've known people that have used sand and the bearded dragon seems happy. Reading online about it I get a lot of different very strong opinions against the sand. I will also be feeding him in a different tank to minimize the chance of eating sand while feeding.
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Is the sand safe for hermit crabs?

I am trying to find out whenever it has calcium or not or whenever the crabs will be able to molt and bury themselves on the substrate.
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