JBL Turtle Sun Aqua
Vitamins for turtles and pond terrapins

  • Especially for the requirements of turtles: feed supplement with essential vitamins to promote good health and prevent deficiency symptoms
  • Easy to use: fill the measuring spoon with food sticks, add 10 to 20 drops vitamin complex, feed to the tortoises
  • Healthy tortoises: optimal growth, boosts appetite, balances shell formation
  • High-quality vitamin product: water-stable, fully active vitamins
  • Package contents: 10 ml vitamins Turtle Sun Aqua
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basic price 582 EUR / l
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
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Product information

Especially for the nutritional requirements of turtles
Most turtles and terrapins are omnivores. They particularly like to eat fish and water animals. To a lesser extent they like to eat aquatic plants. JBL offers a comprehensive range for the species-appropriate diet for turtles and terrapins, to meet the respective requirements of the animals’ size. Dried fish and crustaceans, as well as algae are ranked first.

Balanced diet
To avoid deficiency symptoms in turtles the animals need a balanced diet. An unbalanced diet often leads to loss of appetite, swollen eyes or a softening of the shell.

Feed supplement for turtles
The JBL Turtle Sun Aqua contains a balanced vitamin complex in liquid form. A special emulsion process keeps all vitamins water-stable longer and ready to take effect, ensuring healthy turtles without deficiency symptoms.

Easy to use
Shake vigorously before using. Fill the enclosed measuring spoon with food sticks (sold separately) and add 10 to 20 drops of Turtle Sun Aqua. Finally feed to the turtles.

Details

JBL Turtle Sun Aqua 10 ml

Art. no.:
7044100
EAN Code:
4014162704412
Content:
10 ml
Volume packaging:
0.3 l
Gross weight:
38 g
Net weight:
26 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
35/125/70
Additives
Vitamin A
Vitamin A 10000 I. E.
Vitamin B₁ 10 mg
Vitamin B₂ 12 mg
Vitamin B₆ 15 mg
Vitamin B₁₂ 100 mcg
Vitamin C(stable) 200 mg
Vitamin D₃ 150 I. E.
Vitamin E 5 mg
Biotin 150 mcg
K₃ 2 mg
Folic acid mg
Nicotine amide 50 mg
Cholinchloride 50 mg
Inosite 10 mg
FAQ
How long does the food keep after opening?

Please ensure you buy a packaging size suitable for your aquarium/terrarium/pond so that the quantity contained is used up within 4 months. Compare it with a tin of biscuits lying around for several months. When properly stored they are not necessarily soggy, but they are not quite as tasty as when the packet was opened. Therefore it is not advisable to use the food after this time.

The repeated opening and closing of the packaging brings the food into contact with bacteria and humidity over a longer storage period. Thus the quality of the premium food reduces continuously and this influences the vitamin content and the freshness of the food. For the benefit of your animals you always should feed them fresh food.

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