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Red Eyed Croc Skink Update

Discussion in 'Skinks' started by aromatherapykim, Sep 6, 2014.

  1. aromatherapykim

    aromatherapykim Elite Member

    Moved the tribbles to a 40 gal. It's not bioactive yet but I'm glad to get them out of the tub.
     

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  2. AmandaQM

    AmandaQM Active Member

    I just ran across an ad on kingsnake for some. I had never heard of them before. What do you think of them? I love the look but can't decide.
     
  3. aromatherapykim

    aromatherapykim Elite Member

    They're really cool but very shy and secritive. If you're looking for something to hold or view often then they're really not it. The only time I see mine (besides a quick tail or nose poking out of a hide for a second) is when I go in and find them. They require high humidity and a dedicated shallow swimming area. Really an interesting animal to work with but like I said if you're looking for something to hold or watch as it explores it's tank, this isn't it. I don't mean to turn you away from them just be aware they aren't a "pet" as much as other types of lizards can be
     

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