Hi! Im new here. Just caught this t few days ago, its about 3cm. Anyone know's the id? I live in singapore. My guess, it would be a singapore blue. If you set your brightness to high, and zoom in abit, you could see a hint of blue on its body. Any help is appreciated! Thanks!
@KezyGLA thanks for the help! And by mature, you mean he's fully grown? Can he grow any bigger? It was a lucky find, i was herping/night drive and saw this little guy on the road (almost ran him over). So i decided to bring him home, since its not the same speices i often caught.
Correct, he won't get any bigger and he will probably only live for a few more months as males die usually within a year of becoming mature. Personally I'd put him back where you found him so he has a chance of mating before he dies.
@Alep Not anymore. I used to wprk there years ago and have travelled around there a little.
Just so you know, under the Wild Animals and Birds Act, it is illegal to keep, trap or kill wild animals without a licence. If found guilty, You could face a fine of $1,000 per animal and have them confiscated.
If the animals are protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites), offenders without a Cites permit can be fined up to $50,000 per specimen (up to $500,000 in total), and/or be jailed for up to two years.