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Over the last few years they have been doing alot better, there was some bad experiance from people on Fauna with them but i try to get outside opinions as well. Always willing to answer questions.
As for caiman lizards alot of the farm bred and captive bred guys also get rodents, groun trukey, cat food, inscets, fish, crafish, clams but they are speicalist and love snails. Two good sorces of snails are asian markets abou $4 for a 5 lb bag at my local store. Also zoo med makes canned snails now and Petsmart has them listed for as low as $2 a can. From other owners i've heard a can can last a week so that is not too bad. I've been looking into getting one but have to wait till im in one area longer than 6 months. Think my mom gets tired of looking after the tegus from time to time do not want to streatch the bounderies there on my free reptile sitter.
Ben Siegel sold a Caimen Lizard for $270 on his FaceBook auction page.
So check him out.
He said he has loads of them. I think if you wanted one you could probably just email him with a similiar offer.
I checked out there store and it seems legit but I looked around Youtube and found this... Im not sure if i like the way they hatch their tegus. Its seems very unsafe , why dont they let them hatch themsleves??
One of my reds is from there,and its very healthy and very mellow,but i saw those video's to and i was wondering the same why cut them out thats alittle dangerous anyway for the tegu and kid wtf.:dodgy:
same here... I dont agree at all. What if the kids make a mistake and cut to deep! Plus they were ment to hatch out themselves... they're kinda forcing them out. They cut the egg and try not to pop the membrane and mention that its "pretty cool to see them without the shell on but the membrane intact". I know Bobby tickles some of his late hatching eggs but at least all he does is tickle them with tweezers and lets them pop out, not a cut them out with a blade.
Recently got a coastal carpet python from underground reptiles. very pleased. response to emails is very fast. reptile packaging is clean and well done. animal is healthy and active. everything went smoothly. =)