Latin name: Scincopus fasciatus
Multiple individuals available, photos representative of general stock.
These juvenile Peter’s Banded Skinks have been handled a lot and are very tame. They’re about 11”-14”in length and are eating crickets, dubia roaches and mealworms dusted with vitamin and calcium powder as well as dark leafy greens and some fruit.
These skinks are South Saharan desert dwellers who burrow and live a largely subterranean lifestyle. They need lots of floor space, deep substrate to burrow in and high temperatures.