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Cholla Wood Log

$15.95

Hiding Place For Hermit Crab — Hermies love hideout spots for their alone time. Our Cholla Cave with a size of 3” creates a perfect space where they can hide and rest. You can arrange this wood beautifully and organize it at a place where they feel less vulnerable and exposed and help minimize their stress. These woods are raw and made from a dried cactus skeleton. You will need about 6 or more pieces to make a hiding tunnel and their space more exciting.
Sleeping Bed And Ideal Climbing Log — Nicely stacked log creates a vertical space that provides an exciting climbing spot for your hermits. Each wood’s structure has its unique curves, holes, and knots, which, when arranged together, will make an excellent playground where they can play, climb, and explore. Oftentimes, you can spot your pet taking a nap inside their newfound home-inside-home. Our cholla log work as a great bedding.
Great Chew Toy — Our log serves as an additional source of food in two ways for hermit crabs. It serves as a chew toy and a place where biofilm grows serving as nourishment. This chew wood satisfies hermits’ instinct to scavenge for food.

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The Exploring Hermits Hermit crabs are innately sociable creatures. They are also explorers, and they keep themselves busy by crawling and climbing. Their habitat should not be boring yet should also provide convenience all the way through their shedding period wherein they should be kept in isolation. You should prioritize setting up their crabitat in the most ideal way because this is where they’ll spend most of their time. As a starter, here are the basic things You’re going to need in creating a full of life home for your hermies: Space big enough where they may be able to live in groups A lid cover so they won’t be able to escape 2 water dishes 1 food dish Appropriate substrate for burrowing Decors (A hut or cave for hiding and things to climb on) Never a Dull Moment Cholla Cave for Hermits by Jor is a practical yet attractive addition You’ll include in your crabitat. Our log are mainly the dried husk of the Cholla cactus. Beyond aesthetics, it is majorly a functional decorative wood. Once added into the tank, it serves as an area to hide, rest, crawl, and climb. These activities will help your pets not to feel stress. It serves as a chewing toy that gives additional energy and entertainment in their lives. Before putting the log inside their enclosure, boil it for 10-minutes followed by soaking it overnight in tap water. Beyond Crabby Functions In case you are keeping other pets, You’ll also use our wooden log for shrimp, fry, and betta tanks and as chew toys for birds, hamsters, mice, and hermits. You’ll also make use of it as planters for air and house plants. Lastly, You’ll gift it to your fellow pet lovers and plant enthusiast members of the family and friends.

Hiding Place For Hermit Crab — Hermies love hideout spots for their alone time. Our Cholla Cave with a size of 3” creates a perfect space where they may be able to hide and rest. You’ll arrange this wood beautifully and organize it at a place where they feel less vulnerable and exposed and help minimize their stress. These woods are raw and made from a dried cactus skeleton. You’re going to need about 6 or more pieces to make a hiding tunnel and their space more exciting.
Sleeping Bed And Ideal Climbing Log — Nicely stacked log creates a vertical space that provides an exciting climbing spot for your hermits. Each wood’s structure has its unique curves, holes, and knots, which, when arranged together, will make an excellent playground where they may be able to play, climb, and explore. Oftentimes, You’ll spot your pet taking a nap inside their newfound home-inside-home. Our cholla log work as a great bedding.
Great Chew Toy — Our log serves as an additional source of food in two ways for hermit crabs. It serves as a chew toy and a place where biofilm grows serving as nourishment. This chew wood satisfies hermits’ instinct to scavenge for food.
Perfect Shedding Sanctuary — Once or twice a year, hermit crabs need to be away from other crabs and lie on their back. Our raw log can be a wonderful addition to their incubation tank so they may be able to bury themselves all the way through the shedding stage or when they shed their exoskeleton as it gets too small for their body.
Beautiful Crabitat Accent — The woods’ raw beauty is a picturesque masterpiece in itself. Adding the stunning cholla wood into your crab’s habitat, together with other decorations, create a tank that You’ll gaze on for hours. If you also want to de-stress, You’ll watch hermies crawl in and out or climb up and down on this cholla wood and enjoy the calming effect it gives.

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