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Nutrafin Max Turtle Pellets With Shrimp 340g

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SKU
I247868
Pet Type
Turtle
Feeding Type
Dry Food
Foodtype
Pellets
Description
Nutrafin Max Turtle Pellets With Gammarus Shrimp is a nutritious highly palatable formula naturally coloured by its ingredients in a high value format containing 30 g (1.06 oz) of pellets. This high quality diet is enriched with gammarus shrimp and vitamin D, excellent calcium sources for a hard shell. It also contains multi-vitamins and advanced yeast extract for digestive system support and more for the ultimate in turtle nutrition.

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