Penn Plax Large Turtle Pier For Use In and Out Of Water Basking Platform For Small Reptiles

May 16, 2017 - Comment

The Penn Plax Reptology Large Turtle Pier is a great way to interact more closely with your favorite reptile pet while also satisfying their natural urge for basking. Pier can be used both as a floating platform when placed in water or can be used in terrarium environments without water. When placed in an aquarium,

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The Penn Plax Reptology Large Turtle Pier is a great way to interact more closely with your favorite reptile pet while also satisfying their natural urge for basking. Pier can be used both as a floating platform when placed in water or can be used in terrarium environments without water. When placed in an aquarium, the turtle pier will float just above the water line and stays in place with 4 pylons that attach with suctions cups at the bottom of the tank. Platform is suitable for 20 gallon tanks and up and pylons can extend from 12 inches to 16 inches if needed. Turtles will enter the platform on the ramp which is specifically designed for their shape making it easy to climb up and down. Depending on the size of your pet, a gravel bin allows you to balance the weight by adding more or less gravel as needed (sold separately). When used in reptile tanks as a traditional basking platform, the pylon legs can be lowered to 3 inches and are secured with the suction cups to keep it from moving. In addition to the upper platform, many small reptiles will use the underside to fulfill their natural instinct for concealment and will rest underneath. This basking platform is great for turtles but is also suitable for frogs, newts, salamanders, and other small reptile pets. It measures 16 inches long by 11 inches deep and will vary in height depending on the pylon setting. Turtle basking platform is made of quality, non-toxic plastic that is safe for both children and pets. Light assembly is required.

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