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Zoo Med ReptiSun 32 Watt T8 Fluorescent FS48

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The award winning, industry standard, UVB lamp for reptiles. A full 5% UVB output allows vitamin D3 synthesis to occur naturally, preventing or reversing MBD and other health problems in turtles and tortoises, Bearded Dragons, Iguanas, and all other diurnal reptiles. The ReptiSun® 5.0 is effective for UVB induced photo conversion of vitamin D3 in reptiles skin at distances up to 12. Accept no substitutes; get the original reptile UVB lamp - Zoo Meds ReptiSun® 5.0."

  • Beneficial to the psychological well-being of captive reptiles and amphibians
  • Increases appetite and physical activity, while helping to induce reproductive behaviors
  • Eliminates the risk of Vitamin D3 overdose from synthetic sources by allowing reptiles the ability to regulate their own Vitamin D3 levels
  • Strengthens and improves shell growth in all captive turtles and tortoises
  • Use with lizards (other than iguanas) to help prevent bone problems
  • Brand: Zoo Med
  • Size: 32 Watts, 8"
  • Shipping weight: 4
  • Model: FS48
  • EAN: 0097612340488
  • MPN: FS48

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