Our 2020 Hog Island Boas are ready for their new homes! We finally found some time to take some pictures of the boas.
These boas are naturally hypo in color, featuring orange tail saddles with clean, background color, and light speckling. “Hog’s” as they’re affectionately called by keepers, are unique in the way they can vary in coloration. Being light in color in in the early morning hours. their color hue tends to darken throughout the day. Our groups of pure Hog Isle boas that we’re working with have reduced speckling and vibrant orange tails.
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Our Madagascan Giant Day Geckos are posted, ready for their new homes. 🙂
Madagascan Giant Day Geckos (Phelsuma grandis) are large beautiful geckos found on the island of Madagascar. Giant Day Geckos are known to live as long as 20 years in captivity.
Day Geckos make for excellent display animals, though they are not typically considered the ideal choice for beginners. They are easy to care for in terms of temperature, humidity, and diet, though they do not like to be handled. When considering a gecko from the Phelsuma group, keepers must understand that these geckos are for observation only, and should not be handled.
We have our first two Giant Day Geckos (Phelsuma grandis) looking for new homes. These two were produced from a high-red male to a crimson female, so they should turn out to be nice red animals. 🙂
Feeding on Pangea diet every other day, getting bigger by the day. Feel free to contact us should you have any questions.
Now that these guys have coloured up nicely and properly sexed, they’re ready to go to their new homes. This letter was born October 2019, so they’re already 6 months old, feeding on frozen thawed fuzzy mice.