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Re: NEW INFO


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Posted by zz on January 17, 2003 at 06:13:09:

In Reply to: NEW INFO posted by 59herps on January 17, 2003 at 00:27:16:

this is why I come to search for you!(although I am sure you get tired of people hunting you down) Man, what kind of books do you have!?! You must have a library.

I love the info...I think I will try sand. I wish my guy would get this big...I think he is about grown, though.

:Alright I just went through all of my books and found brief info in a book about how a man kept his alive and well. HE kept them for 6 years in sand feeding them by letting two or three crickets at a time run along the surface. Also, they give birth to a dozen or more live young. He fed them worms and crickets. Above is a pic of the giant legless skink, A. plumbeus, reaching 22 inches.
: Good luck,
: Devlin





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