Hello! I’m absolutely certain this has been covered multiple times, but please humor me guys. I have a bit of a need for specificity and would appreciate suggestions. I have a 3 year old female Darwin x coastal carpet (7 feet + and growing) who has been on coco husks in her enclosure. Now normally this wouldn’t be an issue; my other snakes are on coco husks and it works well. However, my carpet has a habit of getting pieces in her mouth while she eats. She is VERY food responsive, and substrate flies everywhere. I have to very gently pull them out of her mouth with my hemostats as she eats. I know one or two pieces isn’t a big deal, but it’s always more than that and I just don’t want to risk it. I see people suggesting cypress mulch or aspen. I also see people advising against sand. I just want to see where the majority of your guys opinions fall on, and I’ll go from there. Thanks love yas!