Breeder's Choice

Submitted By:

Ron Greenberg

Ron’s Reptiles




Breeder Comments

“This juvenile is the first generation from wild-caught parents. The monitor hatched on July 31, 2009, following a four-month incubation at 84 degrees Fahrenheit. The young monitor is doing very well on a diet of pinky mice, crickets and small roaches. We have had the adults for more than three years. At first they were shy, but all that has changed. This is an interesting species to keep and breed.”

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