Roachman26 Posted December 21, 2009 Share Posted December 21, 2009 Thanks to the site moderators for opening this new category! I've currently got: 3 small adult sulcattas that I raised from hatchlings. Two males and a female. My female laid her first clutch last year in January(three eggs, not fertile) and she's just started digging test holes again. Hopefully this year I'll get a few more eggs and some will be fertile. She's still on the small side at 15", but she's around nine years old. The two males are bigger, about 18" and eleven years old. Had to separate them two years ago due to fighting. Their outdoor pen is about 6000 square feet with a heated Rubbermaid container for cold spells. 1 year old baby sulcatta. Probably female. Housed indoors, but has a 30'x15' outdoor pen for sunning on warm days. 7 hatchling black-throat monitors. Instant breeding colony! They are all captive hatched in North America. Bred in Tanzania on a "farm". We'll see how well they adjust to the Northern Hemisphere. 1 last years hatchling red tegu. Currently hibernating. Should have bought more. Plan to in the spring/summer when they hatch. Any body got a line on red tegu stock that originally came from Bert Langerwerf's stock? I loved Bert and would like to carry on his line. 1 ancient 16 year old female Iguana. She had MBD when we got her ten years ago. She mostly recovered, but moves kind of slow in the back end. Now that I've discovered the wonderful world of roaches, I'm debating whether or not to jump back into chameleons again. Love the Mellers and Panthers. I'd love to discuss any aspect of mine or yours. Also, I think I've put together enough of the pieces of the puzzle to solve the mystery of pyramiding in tortoises. Does this interest anyone? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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