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Coconut Bark


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Posted by dormus on May 10, 2003 at 04:44:41:

In Reply to: Coconut Bark posted by merri on May 09, 2003 at 08:51:22:

Hi

I'm using coconut bark for my two Hermann's, and I think it works fine. It is perfect for the humid environment that Hermann's need, furthermore it should be harmless if ingested.
I am not sure, however, how well it works for Russians since they need a very dry environment. It can be used dry, but as mentioned above it retains water, which perhaps could be a problem?

:I have a friend who is using coconut bark for her Russian. She wants to know if there are any problems with keeping her Russian on it.

:I have never used coconut bark, so I am hoping someone on here has experience with it.

:Thanks,
:Merri





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