Fully natural composition of sand, clay and stones. These raw materials come from the natural desert environment and make it possible to recreate natural conditions from this type of climate.
Thanks to the clay content, the substrate after soaking can be freely formed and create caves, shelves, heat islands and walls.
You can also leave the substrate so that, for example, the agama independently digs burrows and form the substrate.
The substrate after drying becomes hard, which prevents reptiles kept in the terrarium from eating the substrate.
The substrate should be mixed with a small amount of water and then placed in a terrarium to form a landscape.
Features of the substrate: