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Sudan Plated Lizard Health Information

Captive Sudan Plated Lizards should be provided with a large enclosure with an area to swim in and substrate deep enough to burrow. The temperature within the enclosure should average around 85 degrees during the daytime and about ten degrees cooler at night.

Sudan Plated Lizards can be fed insects such as crickets, worms, small mice, and some fruits and vegetables. Sudan Plated Lizards eat more vegetation than other species of Plated Lizards.

Breeding
Sudan Plated Lizards will breed in the spring, after a four to six week period of cooler temperatures. After mating, the female will lay a clutch of between two and six eggs. They are rarely bred in captivity.


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