Baby Purple Tegu
The phrase “Baby Purple Tegu” refers to a morph or color variation of the Tegu lizard (Salvator sp.). Tegus occur in a variety of hues and designs, but purple is not one of them.
It’s probable that the name “Baby Purple Tegu” refers to a Tegu with unusual coloring, such as one with a bluish or grey tone that resembles purple. It should be noted, however, that such variances could be the product of specific breeding initiatives, genetic mutations, or artificial color enhancements.
Without more information or context, it’s difficult to provide particular specifics regarding the qualities or attributes of a “Baby Purple Tegu.” If you know more particular information about the Tegu’s appearance, features, or genealogy, please provide it so that we can provide a more accurate response regarding its care requirements or availability in the reptile trade.
In the meanwhile, if you have any further queries or require information about additional reptiles, please do not hesitate to inquire.
WE HAVE BABY PURPLE TEGUS FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:
- Salvator rufescens x Salvator merianae
- Captive Bred Right Here At Underground Reptiles
- Males And Females Available
- Approximately 8-10 Inches From Head To Tail
- Adults Growing On Average To 3 – 4 Feet In Length
- Babies Are Feeding On Crickets, Super Worms, Hornworms, And Roaches. Also Including Cut Up Gizzards, And A Bit Of Ground Turkey
- These Are 66% Poss Het Albino Tegus
- Purple Tegu are 75% Blue, 25% Red Being An F-3 (3rd Generation Of Blues And Reds Make These Pure Purples)
- Amazing Parents With The Father Being A Visual Purple Albino And The Mother A F-2 Visual Purple Tegu
- These Bloodlines Naturally Occurring Out Of South America Ranging From Argentina, Paraguay, And Brazil
- These Make Excellent Pets And Will Become Puppy Dog Tame With Proper Care And Handling
- For Babies We Recommend A 20 Gallon Tank With Plenty Of Heat And UVB Lighting
- With Proper Care These Tegus Can Live 20 – 25 Years Or More In Captivity