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Blue Tongue Skink Care Sheet
Blue Tongue Skink Care Sheet Blue tongue skinks are a group of diurnal, earthbound lizards located throughout Australia and parts of Indonesia. They can be easily recognized by their triangular head, hefty torpedo-shaped body, short legs, as well as distinct blue tongue. Blue tongue skinks are omnivorous, which means that they require to eat both plants and also insects to receive the nourishment that they need. Depending on the variety, blue tongue skinks usually sizes are between 15" -24" long, with an ordinary life-span of 15-20 years in captivity. Blue tongue skinks are rapidly becoming popular reptile animals because of...
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Asian Spiny Toad care
Scientific name: Bufo melanostictus, yet Duttaphrynus melanostictus is also periodically made use of for this types.Summary: Black-Spined Toads are a medium sized toad with warty skin as well as visible Parotoid glands behind the ridges over their eyes. They often tend to be olive brownish to dull red in color, with paler underbellies as well as a collection of boney ridges along their backs, which is what their typical name refers to. The black warty bumps along their bodies consist of a Bufotoxin that is made to ward off killers.Lifetime: Approximately one decade.Origin: Black-Spined Toads are native to South-East Asia,...
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