How do i look after 17 baby Blue Tongue lizards?Please Help?
Well mine has just had 12 a few weeeks ago, and they are a handful! http://bluetongueskinks.net/care.htm Go on this website and on the drop down menu jump to care for young. This is what it says from that page: The newborns are usually active immediately. The mother just drops them off, and they’re left to fend for themselves. This also means they’re independent from their first breath, and don’t require their mother’s care at any time. As a good rule, babies can be housed together (with towels for substrate) with no problems till about their first shed. After this, they can become territorial and even violent toward one another. It’s important to get them separated at this point, or toes and tails may be bitten off. It’s been my experience that the more you handle your babies, the longer they can be housed together. If they’re irritable toward you, they will likely be irritable toward each other, so interaction at an ea