Turtle Cliff / Aquatic Terrarium Filter + Rock

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The Exo Terra Turtle Cliff is a waterfall, basking area and filter in one. Its state-of-the-art filtering system instantly transforms an aquatic terrarium setup into the ideal habitat while providing turtles and other semi-aquatic terrarium animals with the ideal basking or terrestrial area. The hidden filter provides clear, healthy water while the waterfall features creates the necessary water circulation and aeration, and its natural rock texture and colour allows it to integrate easily into any aquatic terrarium setup.

Turtle Cliff
  • Waterfall, basking area and filter in one
  • Integrates easily into any aquatic terrarium setup
  • Optimal hidden water filtration system
  • Provides the necessary water circulation and aeration
  • Ideal basking or terrestrial area for semi-aquatic animals
Turtle Cliff

The Exo Terra Turtle Cliff is equiped with a Repti Clear Terrarium Filter, an optimal water filtration system with large filter volume and effective flow control. The 3-stage filtration system allows alternate replacement for continuous biological filter activity, guaranteeing optimal mechanical, chemical and biological filtration. Additional filter material can be added to the chambers for increased filter performance. Aquatic heaters can also be concealed within the Exo Terra Turtle Cliff.
The flat back and side can be easily positioned in the back corners of the Exo Terra Turtle Terrarium.

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Turtle Cliff
PT3649 Small 21 x 18 x 9.5 cm 8.3” x 7” x 3.7”
PT3650 Medium 23 x 17 x 19.5 cm 9” x 6.7” x 7.7”
PT3655 Large 37 x 23 x 23.5 cm 14.5” x 9” x 9.2”

PT3649: Not available in the UK.

PT3649: Not available in France.

Instruction Manual (PDF): EU - NA

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3rd discovery of a new species during Exo Terra expedition