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RE: Keeping/breeding ocellated skinks

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Posted by: Ritas at Fri Apr 15 10:12:12 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ritas ]  
   

I apologize for not replying sooner but as usual forgot to check the notify of reply box.


Oh I imagine if you found one you live in Mediterranean
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There are ocellated skinks found here in a few sandy ,bush areas which border beach but impossible to catch but some dealers know how to catch them.

I live in knight anole,iguana area lol aka S.Florida.

They are very pretty and eating machines which is nice. I have 2 young one's and so far so good hope they are a pair.

They have 4 inches of substrate sand/top soil mix . They do bask but slightest noise they hide but I do see them often and again hope a pair that will breed.


   

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