Recently, I (re)discovered a very nice lizard species: Skinks. In fact, I knew blue-tongued skinks, and I discovered prehensile skinks. Prehensile are especially nice, since they have a prehensile tail, their tail can support the weight of the lizard. Here is a picture of a magnificent one (see left):

I really think it is the ideal lizard: Vegetarian or omnivore (many people don't like feeding their pet with live insects), and very calm. I wish I could beed them, but I don't think it is realistic. They cost about 200$ each, and it requires a lot of time and care. I can just hope that skink reproduction will raise in my area.


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