Knaagdierwinkel® Mopani Carrot
Mopani Carrot €6,95 €8,95

Mopani Carrot

€8,95 €6,95
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Product description

Mopani Carrot for Hamsterscaping & Gerbilscaping

The Mopani Root is a very graceful wooden root that gives any natural interior a great look. Mopani can be used very nicely in a hamsterscape to shape the landscape in the enclosure and give it height. The wood is very hard, the animals can easily gnaw it and wear the teeth. For small rodents it is great to clamber and climb over or under the mopani wood.

The Mopani provides fun for rodents that can climb over it
The Mopani gives gnawing pleasure when the animals have a need to gnaw
The Mopani has a decorative function and gives height to the decor
Ideal for Hamsterscaping & Gerbilscaping !

Instructions for use Mopani Root Wood

This wood can be used in different ways for different rodents. For small rodents such as: Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster and Gerbil, the wood can be used very nicely as decoration for the enclosure, as rodent material and as a pavement where the animals can walk on. If the mopani is placed at a slight angle and the animals are challenged to walk over it more often, for example on their way to the food bowl, the nails will also wear out faster.

For larger rodents such as Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla and Degu, the wood has more of the function of gnawing material.

Natural decor rodent german style

Size: c.a. 15 - 25 cm
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: Because it is a natural product, the shape and size may differ
Knaagdierwinkel® Mopani Carrot
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