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Construction q's Paludrium

I was wondering if anyone had used something like this for their paludrium before. I called the company and they said it wasn't coated or anything, so I would assume its safe.


https://www.storesupply.com/pc-12569...WqtRoCQFbw_wcB


The other question I have is has anyone used Excavator clay in a paludrium? It is used for reptiles for caves and molding, but I see potential as burrows for my crabs. I know I would have to have it set away from the water section, but I am wondering if anyone has used it before when humidity is present?
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The boys over at dendroboard.com
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