Russian Hatchlings

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10 Year Member!
Jun 13, 2010
$250. There its a $60 flat shipping fee.

I have some russian hatchlings that are ready to go. I have a two gorgeous bloodlines. Tortstork's and Carol's (one of our members).

100% captive bred.

Soaked everyday. Why does that matter? When they arrive to your doorstep, they will be hyper hydrated. A hydrated baby is the healthiest baby. It helps them with the stress of shipping, and getting acclimated to a new enclosure.

They are being raised on a variety of greens, adult leaves and baby leaves. The advantage of the adult leaves (dandelion, romaine, collard greens, mustard greens, etc) is for growth, the adult leaves take longer to digest, it keeps them full of proper nutrients. The advantage of baby leaves (spring mix minus spinach, baby arugula, baby romaine, etc.) helps with digestion. They are easy to digest, so they help with the flow of their digestive system.

Feel free to reach out to me via email [email protected] or visit the link below which will take you directly to the russian hatchling page.


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