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Rubber Tipped Reptile Feeder Tweezers

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SKU
I157037
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Feeding Accessories
Tweezers
Accessorytype
Feeding Accessories
Description
You can train you Turtle to accept food in a plastic container or laundry sink and this will help to keep your turtle tank cleaner. You can also feed Turtles with Hot House Turtles Rubber Tipped Reptile Feeding Tweezers. These are great when you have more than one Turtle, so you're able to gauge if each Turtle is getting its own share. I find these brilliant when feeding frozen food, and saves nips to your fingers especially if you regularly hand feed your Turtles, and with them being Rubber Tipped, you know you're not going to injure your Turtles mouth parts or face.

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