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RE: Anyone keep Tanzanian Armadillo Lizards?

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Posted by: Malays at Tue Jun 28 19:30:59 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Malays ]  
   

There are different types of armidillo lizards these are the small types. I myself like small lizards that can be kept in 30 gallons or so and I know these are okay in groups like he said but thats all I know.
I looked for info about them before I posted my question here wanted to find out from anyone that has them but found no one.
I also know that the Tanzanian lizards need certain temps from day and at night some 10 to 15 degree drop not sure about these.
The ones I have seen in pet stores are the BIG types (sun gazers)not these as these arent that common. I recall they were cheaper in reptile expo but he has pregnant ones and again not common.
I dont know how safe it is to ship now as its HOT. When I asked about them in May it was like 70s now its 90s.
My friend bought from this co and happy with them honest people however I dont know how well recent imports do in this heat .
At petstores you see lizards like these but they are baby Sungazers which get over a foot easy these stay small. I am actually going to look for them at reptile show July 10th thats when I first saw them last yr.
In over a month no one answered my post here so guess no one keeps them.
If you happen to find out care info from anyone that has kept them again I would be interested. They seem to get imported around summer than dissapear.
Thanks


   

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