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Exo Terra Medium Water Dish

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I116144-Exo Terra Medium Water Dish
I116144-Exo Terra Medium Water Dish

Product details

SKU
I116144
Pet
Reptile
Material
Plastic
Description

Exo Terra Medium Water Dish

  • Natural look integrates in any type of terrarium
  • Easy to clean
  • Steps prevent crickets and terrarium animals from drowning
  • Non-porous and smooth surface will not absorb harmful bacteria
  • Made from food-grade resin
  • Very stable, not easily tipped over by larger reptiles

Exo Terra's Water Dishes have a very natural and realistic rock finish on the outside and a smooth non-pitted surface on the inside. The bowls are coated to prevent the development of harmful bacteria and make it easy to clean. The neutral natural colour allows easy integration in desert, tropical or any type of terrarium. Smaller reptiles, amphibians and insects can easily escape out of the Water Dish by the 'safety steps' inside the bowl to prevent drowning.

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