Trixie Cork tunnel L
Cork tunnel L €15,99 €16,99

Cork tunnel L

€16,99 €15,99
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Product description

Trixie Cork Tunnel L for small rodents!

Hamster in cork tunnel Trixie Cork Tunnel L is natural and unique. Each cork tunnel has its own shape and that makes them so beautiful to use for hamster scapes, for example. The cork tunnel encourages natural behavior in small rodents because it has a tunnel shape. Small rodents such as Mice, Dwarf Hamsters, Hamsters, Gerbils and Degus also live in tunnels and burrows in the wild, so they feel completely at home around a cork tunnel!

Made from 100% natural, untreated cork bark
High quality cork (made from a piece of cork bark from the cork oak)
Stimulates natural behaviour

Cork tunnels not only offer a hiding place, but also give the animals the opportunity to climb a bit. For mice, gerbils and degus, a cork tunnel is absolutely no challenge, because these animals can climb well, but for dwarf hamsters that is a different story. Dwarf hamsters are bad climbers by nature, but they'll be proud of themselves if they brave a cork tunnel!

Are the nails taken care of by the cork tunnel?

Thanks to the irregular shapes of the cork tunnel, the nails are indeed carefully cared for as the animals clamber over it. However, the cork tunnel has no abrasive properties, it is more like a small pedicure.

How can I set up the cork tunnel in a challenging way?

We believe that the cork tunnel can also be used as a form of challenge for the animals. Thanks to the capricious shape of the bark, at least Muisjes, Gerbils and Degus can get a good grip on it. For example, place the tunnel for these animals at a slight angle to a higher floor or use the tunnel as a form of bridge from one part to the other. However, do not do this with Dwarf Hamsters/Hamsters, as these animals cannot climb well and cannot see depth. For Hamsters, for example, the tunnel can be buried in the ground cover, so that the animals have a tunnel.

Can you hide snacks in the bark of the cork tunnel?

Yes! We have found that the cork tunnel can be used as a snack hiding place. Simply place something tasty between the jagged cracks of the bark and let the animals search for it and then try to get to it. What a great activity! Just like in the wild!

Is the cork tunnel big enough to walk through?

The inner diameter of these cork tunnels is between 10 and 19 cm. For Rats and Degus this is a fine diameter, but for the slightly larger Guinea pig it can be a bit tight. Small rodents such as: Mice, Dwarf Hamsters, Hamsters, and Gerbils can also enjoy this spacious cork tunnel.

cork tunnel rodents and hamsterscaping

The bark is not factory made, but comes from the cork tree. The bark is removed from the tree with all its natural elements intact, such as moss, natural fungi, roots, twigs, leaves, etc. You can easily brush off these natural elements from the bark.

Specifications
Material: Cork
Dimensions: max. c.a. 55 cm
Diameter: max. c.a. ø 10 - 19 cm
Suitable for: Knaagdieren
Particularities: -
Trixie Cork tunnel L
Reviews
7.3 / 10
(3)
8 / 10
elsjedevisser 05 August 2018

Geweldige accesoire voor n natuurlijk hamsterverblijf..begon na n poosje wel erg te ruiken omdat mn hamster er in plast..af en toe leg ik m een poosje in n sopje van afwasmiddel en azijn. Ook spuit ik m van binnen af en toe in met de spray die werkt met enzymen om de urine af te breken..werkt super..kun je vinden bij ..verzorging...

8 / 10
Rick 18 July 2018

De tunnel was wel heel groot, maar door hem in tweeën te breken paste het perfect in het verblijf van mn hamster

6 / 10
femke v. 03 January 2018

Het is een geweldige tunnel voor de ratjes, maar de tunnel is niet 55 cm lang. Hij is nog geen 30 cm lang, maar desondanks past hij mooi in de kooi.

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