DIY Solutions for an adventurous skink?

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DIY Solutions for an adventurous skink?

Postby MeepyMeeps » Fri May 08, 2020 5:54 pm

I've had my skink for almost a year now, and have been handling him fairly often. However, he seems bored more often lately and tends to start climbing his windows until he slides off the glass. I have a lot of finals to deal with at the moment so I can't handle as much. I also can't go out and search for new things to get him to play with (COVID-19). I was wondering if anyone has made anything at home for their skinks to climb up on. I don't want him to end up hurting himself (though he seems pretty hardy about slipping :lol: ). Of course, I understand that I may have to go out and get things, but I want to know if theres anything I can do without worrying about the virus too much.
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Re: DIY Solutions for an adventurous skink?

Postby Janella » Sat May 09, 2020 5:50 pm

I would just spend as much time with your skink as you can. Provide enrichment items, such as new hides, new foods, and even change their enclosure up to stimulate them. I wouldn't get anything to climb high on as they aren't climbers. They will go up and over things, but can't actually climb climb.
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Re: DIY Solutions for an adventurous skink?

Postby splashy07 » Sun May 10, 2020 10:29 am

Agreed, and with their body type and weight they fall like a brick and can injure themselves.

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