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Kenya Zebra Skink (Trachylepis dichroma)


Due to a mishap while feeding, her sibling decided to grab her tail instead of the nearby cricket. The end result is this lizard currently (27 June 2024) has only 1/2 its tail and the sibling has an odd suppertime story to share. The tail will grow back. 

Kenya Zebra Skink (ID: 24Y2) - *Missing 1/2 Tail - Will grow back.*

    • Individual ID: 24Y2
    • Born: 6 March 2024
    • Sex:  ?
    • Sire: 22FG3M
    • Dam: 22K1F
  • Every animal we offer is captive bred. You won't need to worry about parasite loads, dehydrated/stressed imports, or a variety of other problems that can come with wild caught animals. Captive breeding projects allow us to offer healthy animals in an ethical and sustainable way.

       We ensure our new hatchlings/babies are eating regularly, pooping regularly, and behaving like a little baby animal should before sending them to a new home. When you purchase from us, you will get a healthy, thriving, captive bred animal.

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