Do you remember our post about Eublepharis hardwickii twins born on 04.06.2019?
Both females are still alive. An interesting thing is that they demonstrate different head patterns even being twins. The difference in weight and total length remain the same as they were after hatching.
One female is a little bit longer and heavier than her sister, but both of them are in good condition. It is known that usually the weaker twin dies but not in our case.
According to the literature resources, it is thought that when mature reptile twins has much higher percentage of twins in their clutches. We hope that these females will become an excellent addition to our breeding stock.