Monitors for Sale
Monitors are extremely hardy in captivity when properly maintained. Monitors has a very aggressive temperament with a powerful bite and a lashing tail. With a lot of patience, frequent handling they can be tame.
Babies and small juveniles are recommended to start with as they are easier to tame. In captivity, they can be fed crickets, mealworms, kingworms, waxworms, butterworms, rodents, and fish. Small juveniles should be housed in at least a 20 gallon vivarium. Aspen bedding, or orchid bark can be used as a substrate. Landscape with rocks, driftwood, or hollow logs.
A water dish large enough for the lizard to soak in should be used. Monitors should have a daytime temperature gradient of 80-90. And a nighttime temperature of 78-80. An under tank heater should be used for surface heat.
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