Looking for a fascinating pet lizard that will capture the attention of everyone who sees it? The Drakensberg Crag Lizard is an ideal choice for any reptile enthusiast. Boasting a striking appearance with its rough, bumpy skin and vibrant green color, this lizard is beautiful and captivating. Additionally, this species is known for its docile temperament and easy-going nature, making it an excellent option for those new to reptile care. The Drakensberg Crag Lizard will thrive in a suitable terrarium and make a fun, low-maintenance addition to your home. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of nature's splendor – order your Drakensberg Crag Lizard today!
Caring for your Drakensberg Crag Lizard is relatively easy, but there are a few things to remember to ensure its health and happiness. This species is well-suited to life in a terrarium with a mix of rocky and sandy substrates. Provide rocks for basking and hiding and a selection of branches for climbing. Keep the terrarium temperature between 77-86 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 65-75 degrees Fahrenheit at night. Humidity should be moderate, between 50-70%. These lizards are omnivores and will eat a mix of insects, fruits, vegetables, and occasionally small rodents. Fresh water should always be available, as well as vitamin and mineral supplements. With proper care, your Drakensberg Crag Lizard can live up to 15 years and make a rewarding and enjoyable pet.
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