A pair or trio of Varanus timorensis would do very nicely in a cage that size.Death in # said:monitor or tegu that would require a tall cage
36"wide and depth
and if u have any links/caresheets
and any personal experiences
oh yeah and where to get oen?:laugh: that usually helps
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I'm pretty sure you can get them from New England Reptile Distributors. N.E.R.D.
I've kept timors before, they are more of a display animal, not a monitor that is handleable. They tend to be shy until comfortable in their environment. Very arboreal they like logs with holes, vines and fairly high humidity. They are mainly insect and worm feeders, they will eat pink mice but it's not a very good main food supply. I fed mine primarily on crickets, discoid roaches (Blaberus discoidalis), earthworms, eggs and ground turkey. I got several clutches of eggs, about 7-10 eggs each time but only managed to hatch out a couple of clutches. The babies were no problem to raise and sold VERY well.