Baby Albino Cherry Ice Tegu
Baby Albino Cherry Ice Tegu is a color variant of the Tegu lizard (Salvator sp.). It is distinguished by the fact that it is albino and has a cherry red or reddish hue, maybe with a pattern or variety in the scales.
Albino Tegus lack melanin pigmentation, resulting in a paler appearance and pink or orange eyes. The “Cherry Ice” element could allude to a cherry red variety or a blend of red and white colors.
A spacious habitat with suitable heating, lighting, and humidity levels would be required to care for a Baby Albino Cherry Ice Tegu. Because they are omnivorous, their food should include insects, small mammals, fruits, vegetables, and other plant things.
Tegus, especially specific morphs like the Albino Cherry Ice Tegu, have specific care requirements and can grow to be quite large. They demand expert reptile keepers who can match their requirements and provide proper husbandry. Additionally, make certain that you are purchasing the tegu from a reputable breeder who values the animals’ health and wellbeing. Tegus may be subject to laws in some locations, therefore be aware of any local regulations or restrictions on their possession.
WE HAVE BABY ALBINO CHERRY ICE TEGUS FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:
- Salvator Merianae X Salvator Rufescens
- 2021 Captive Bred Here At Underground Reptiles
- Approximately 8 – 10 Inches In Length
- Adults Will Average In Sizes Around 3-4 Feet In Length
- Babies Are Feeding On Crickets, Super Worms, Hornworms, And Roaches. Also Cut Up Gizzards, And A Bit Of Ground Turkey With Vitamin Supplements
- Parents Are Both 100% Het And Albino Ice Tegus Babies 50% Chacoan 37.5% Blue 12.5% Red All Ice Tegus Are 66% Possible Het Albino
- These Make Excellent Pets And Will Become Puppy Dog Tame With Proper Care And Handling
- Tegus Can Be Naturally Found All Throughout South America Ranging From Argentina, To Paraguay And Their Neighboring Countries
- For Babies We Recommend A 20 Gallon Tank With Plenty Of Heat And UVB Lighting
- These Reptiles Are Diurnal Hunters Staying Active During The Day And Sleeping In Burrows At Night
- With Proper Care And Setup These Tegus Can Live 20 – 25 Years In Captivity