It's a newborn mouse. It's called a pinky because it doesn't have fur yet and is pink. It is an opportunity to feed Beardies, but keep in intellect that Beardies can't handle fat well and mice hold lots of fat... at least, more fat than crickets or worms. So whether you do feed pinkys, make it a rare treat.
a pinkey is a baby mouse that have not opened its eyes ears and has no fur
i know because i breed and freeze my own pinkeys for my children's python! (may seen crule but it isnt)
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Answers: a pinky is a sometime old baby mouse. they have no senses at adjectives. they feel no pain or any thing. they own no fur so thus they are pink.
Its a baby mouse that does not have fur yet so is pink. I nurture mine frozen from pet store. Kinda gross tho lol but my beardies love them. Give them once every month or so.
You 'can' nurture them to bearded dragons but you don't need to. They wouldn't naturally put away them in the wild so why should they in captivity?
Stick to a untaught diet
Usually helpless? o.o Pinkie mice are never dangerous. lol
I hope I can find something as nutritional as pinkies or any other rodent infant. Just feel wrong lol
Want to hear something really gross? Some herpetologists and serious reptile folks will put a pinky threw a extruder tube to feed baby carnivores. *erp*
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