This handsome guy possesses a great temperament and is very active and friendly to own as a pet. He eats a small pinky weekly, sheds and poops perfectly. This guy was born on 25/07/20.
Sadly due to relocating for long term, I will be rehoming some of my personal collection to preferably a home with experience. He does not come with setup, so proof of setup will be required prior to sale.
To reserve him, a non-refundable deposit of £50 will be required. Delivery may be possible depending on location and for an extra fee.
These species are not usually often seen for sale so they can be very interesting pets.
Feel free to drop me any questions ;)
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