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100% natural cypress mulchRecommended terrarium substrate for many species of snakes, lizards, land turtles, tortoises, frogs, toads, salamanders, tarantulas, and other invertebratesMade in the USA
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Is this safe for both Corn Snakes and Ball Pythons?

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I've been doing a little research. Seems slot of people use this. And also coco husks. Works good with moisture. And I'm sure you know, never use cedar
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