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RE: Schneider skink egg!!!

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Posted by: isis1311 at Tue Jul 12 17:59:13 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by isis1311 ]  
   

Hi - Congrats on the egg! I am very interested in getting a Schneider's skink and have look high and low for a CB with no luck!

Are they as easily handled and tame as I have read?

Also....I have seen lots of photos of them and have noticed that some are very light in color. I love the looks of the lighter colored ones and was wondering if that had to do with anything such as, sex, age, etc? Do the lighter ones have a name for it? Or is it just dependant on the animal itself?

Thank you for any info you can offer


   

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