Legless Lizards

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by Dippy, Oct 23, 2012.

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  1. Dippy

    Dippy Active Member

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    Is anyone breeding any Legless lizards this year? I want to get one and am just wonder how much they are and what class of licence is required?
     
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    SamNabz Very Well-Known Member

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    Care to be a bit more specific? 'Legless lizard' is not a species.
     
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    SamNabz is right, the "legless lizards", or pygopodids are a collective family of limbless geckos. If you can narrow down to a species you are interested in obtaining, we may be able to give you a more definitive answer.
     
  4. scorps

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    I keep Burton's but have kept a few different species.

    Very interesting animals to own
     
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    What do you feed your Burton's, scorps?
     
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