Zoo Med Tropical Mix-in Mango 113g ZM-150
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Fresh canned fruits in sauce to be used as a "mix-in" with fresh pelleted diets. Great for Tropical Lizards, Box Turtles, "Forest" type species of Tortoises, Hermit Crabs, Iguanas, Crested Geckos, Day Geckos, ect.
Crude Protein (min) As fed: 0.2% Dry Basis 108% Crude Fat (min) As Fed: 0.4% Dry Basis 3.6% Crude Fiber (max) As Fed: 0.7% Dry Basis 6.4% Moisture (max) 89.0%
Feed Hatchling Animals Daily Feed Adult animals 3-4 times per week Fruit should be no more than 20% of the total diet. (10% with forest Tortoises) Mash fruit for hatchlings and small species Promptly refrigerate contents after opening.
Product SKU: FZF150
Product Barcode: 00097612401509
Manufacturer Ref: ZM-150E
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Zoo Med introduced the first American reptile vitamin in 1982 and never looked back!
Today the company holds 8 reptile product patents and 9 aquatic product patents in the USA and internationally with more pending.
Zoo Med's greatest accomplishment has been the invention of UVB lighting for reptiles, which took place in 1993 and became the standard the world over for Zoos, Veterinarians and the reptile hobbyist.
The current range includes products for reptiles, amphibians, fish and birds.
1977 - 19 year old Gary Bagnall and college friend Mark Lemke start a reptile company out of a one car garage. Located in Costa Mesa, California, the company is called “In Cold Blood”.
1978 - Gary teams up with accomplished Elaphe breeder Lloyd Lemke and the name is changed to “Orange County Zoological”.
1979 - Gary starts California Zoological Supply (”Cal Zoo”) and travels to Honduras, Egypt, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, and Western Samoa in search of reptiles. Cal Zoo was the first company in the U.S. to bring in Uromastyx aegyptius, Pacific island boas and the original 4 Albino Columbian Red-Tailed Boas. Today over 50% of the reptiles and amphibians sold from Cal Zoo are captive raised from private breeders in the U.S. Cal Zoo is now owned by Tyrone Dillon.
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