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RE: Update on Egg

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Posted by: Oregonherpaholic at Wed Jul 27 23:16:25 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Oregonherpaholic ]  
   

Farm raised reptiles are product of wild caught (and wild bred) animals placed into large somewhat natural pens..the eggs are then collected and raised..sometimes by humans, sometimes left to the elements...and then sold in mass numbers to buyers around the world. Ball Pythons, green Iguanas are just a few of the herps bred this way.

These skinks are imported in mass numbers, yet not threatened in the wild...I would assume they are already farmed...would be much easier to collect the babies if all in one area.

Billie
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