Red eyed crocodile skink for sale
Morphscentral has some absolutely gorgeous hand-raised, captive-bred red eyed crocodile skink for sale! Our Captive bred and born baby red eyed crocodile skinks are handled early and often to ensure a better more relaxed pet. All our baby skinks are handled from when they’re juveniles. By this, we recommend that breeders handle their skinks as often as possible once they are old enough to be handled. Here at Morphscentral, there’s no doubt we are known for skinks that adapt to their new owners handling them during their first months after shipping. Our juvenile red-eyed crocodile skinks are no different and all come with our full live arrival and health guarantee! Learn more about red eyed crocodile skinks
Red eyed crocodile skink for sale near me
No matter where you are located in the united states, we are able to ship our red eyed crocodile skink for sale to you under safe shipping conditions. Shipping is done overnight with FedEx and will add up extra depending on where you are located in the united states of America. However, locals will not have to worry since we can deliver to their home addresses. We practice the best breeding practices just so you get the best red eyed captive-bred skinks who are alert and very healthy. If you are looking for a red eyed crocodile skink for sale near me in the United States, then Morphscentral has all to make your dreams come through.
Red eyed crocodile skink Canada
We also serve Canada and its provinces of Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nunavut, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, British Columbia, Alberta, Northwest Territories. If you are looking for live feeders at any time in Canada, you can get them from allreptiles.ca right here. These guys are a great source for you all based out in Canada.
Are Red Eyed Crocodile Skinks good pets?
Red Eyed Crocodile Skink Hatching
With that in mind, be sure to set up a terrarium that meets these temperature ranges with an adjustable heater.
You should have a hygrometer inside your tank to check for relative humidity as their natural habitat is rarely below 70 percent.
The water source along with the heated terrarium should be sufficient enough to make the terrarium’s ambient environment maintain that humidity goal.
The substrate should be soil (~ 6 inches) covered with forest debris (leaves, small twigs, small rocks, etc.) covering the soil. Within the soil mix it up with grainy sand or small pebbles to induce evaporation, for if the soil remains damp, mold could possibly form from spores.
If you have access to sphagnum moss, it will act as a wicking layer bringing moisture up to the surface to evaporate. As well, if you first lay down hydroponic clay it will block moisture from seeping to the bottom and sitting allowing the sphagnum to wick the water up to the surface.
I would suppose that the best lighting would be a 13 watt fluorescent light. If your terrarium is large, then perhaps two lights would be necessary for daytime usage. I say daytime because red-eyed crocodile skinks are crepuscular meaning they are most active during twilight hours (dusk/dawn).
Therefore the lighting should be minimal at dusk and dawn, while fully on during the day and fully off during the night. Although they might come out during the darkest hours or brightest hours, normally they will retreat into a place where they feel secure.