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The Rock Terrarium Background from Exo Terra is an easy to cut background that has an incredible natural look (1). It creates a multi-dimensional habitat that is ideal for climbing reptiles or it can be simply used to beautify the natural look of the terrarium. Like all Exo Terra natural terrarium decorations, the colour and texture of the Rock Terrarium Background has been chosen to create a perfectly harmonized environment, humid or dry (2). The deep ridges in the back are perfect to hide wires or tubing from pumps or Heat Wave Rocks. The background is made from black polystyrene, so it will not be obvious when the background is accidentally damaged (3) (white polystyrene is very obvious when the coating is damaged). Polystyrene has the advantage of providing insulation and is easy to cut to fit any size of terrarium.

Exo Terra Background
  • Natural rock look
  • Easily cuts to size
  • Insulates the terrarium, creates an extra dimension
  • For tropical and desert terrariums
  • Made of black, non-toxic polystyrene
 

Two cutouts in the back provide easy hiding of multiple wires and/or tubing.

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PT2950 30 x 30 cm 12” x 12” Fits PT2600
PT2951 30 x 45 cm 12” x 18” Fits PT2602
PT2955 45 x 45 cm 18” x 18” Fits PT2605
PT2956 45 x 60 cm 18” x 24” Fits PT2607
PT2960 60 x 45 cm 24” x 18” Fits PT2610
PT2961 60 x 60 cm 24” x 24” Fits PT2612
PT2965 90 x 45 cm 36” x 18” Fits PT2613
PT2966 90 x 60 cm 36” x 24” Fits PT2614

PT2950: Not available in the UK.

PT2966: Not available in France.

Easily cut to fit any size of custom terrariums.

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition