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Uromastyx sp. Care Sheet

Description: Uromastyx lizards are medium to large-bodied, ground-dwelling lizards belonging to the family Agamidae (the same family as Bearded Dragons). Other names for Uromastyx lizards include: mastigures, dabb lizards, and spiny-tailed lizards however they are more commonly called “Uros” in the hobby. One might notice that the title of this care sheet has a slightly different format than […]

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Crested Gecko (Correlophus ciliatus) Care Sheet

Description: Crested Geckos (Correlophus ciliatus), which are also sometimes called Eyelash Geckos, are medium-sized arboreal lizards belonging to the family Diplodactylidae. Their large heads are fringed with soft, spiky projections which form the crests for which they are named. Typically, Crested Geckos are colored grey, brown, orange, red or yellow, and many different patterns and combinations of […]

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Pac Man Frog (Ceratophrys ornata) Care Sheet

Description: Pac Man Frogs (Ceratophrys ornata) are essentially just a round, fat body with short legs attached to a large mouth, which is what has earned them their name as they somewhat resemble the iconic arcade video game character Pac Man. These three things are clues to the lifestyle of C. ornata, which is largely sedentary. Pac Man Frogs […]

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Tricolor Hognose (Xenodon pulcher) Care Sheet

Description: Many people confuse Tricolor Hognose Snakes (Xenodon pulcher) with their cousins, Western Hognose Snakes (Heterodon nasicus), which are common in the hobby. Though they superficially resemble each other in body shape, there are notable differences between the two species. The first difference is their size; Tricolor Hognose snakes are somewhat smaller than their North American cousins, attaining […]

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Ball Python (Python regius) Care Sheet

Description: Ball Pythons (sometimes called Royal Pythons) a stout-bodied snakes belonging to the family Pythonidae. Females are typically larger than males, and are capable of reaching a maximum length of 6 feet. On average, however, females tend to be between 4 and 4.5 feet while males average between 3 and 3.5 feet. Wild type Ball Pythons are […]

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Fire Skink (Lepidothyris fernandi) Care Sheet

Description: Fire Skinks are medium sized, ground-dwelling lizards belonging to the family Scincidae. Fire skinks, like many other skinks are smooth-bodied and possess short, powerful limbs that allow them to move easily through the leaf litter, bark and dirt that make up the forest floor which is their home. Another notable feature of L. fernandi […]

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What’s New Reptile

Reptiles in Stock MARCH 17  2019 Lizards: Haitian Galliwasp Emerald Swift Oriental Garden Lizard Crested Gecko BABY Blue Tongue Skink Ambilobe Panther Chameleon (female) Tokay Gecko Triple Het Witblits Zero Hypo Bearded Dragon Mountain Horned Lizard Tangerine Juvenile Leopard Gecko Cuban Knight Anole ( CB Baby ! ) Golden Gecko Snakes Kenyan Sand Boa Mojave […]

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Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) Care Sheet

Description:  Bearded Dragons are relatively large lizards belonging to the family Agamidae. Generally they grow to be about 18″-24″ in length and are colored light brown with bright yellow, orange and/or red hues. More brightly colored individuals are available, however, and may be sold as “High-red” or “Citrus” morphs, among other things. Bearded Dragons are […]

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The Spider Myth

“Whoa that’s a huge spider….man !! ” Many people wonder why someone would want to keep, or for that matter, why they would find anything interesting about keeping spiders or insects as pets. When someone sees a giant hairy tarantula for the first time, their reaction may be shock and even fear. Of course, we […]

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Exoterra Glass Terrarium Sets

The Exo Terra Glass Terrarium is the ideal reptile or amphibian housing designed by European herpetologists. The front opening doors allow easy access for maintenance and feeding. A specially designed lock will prevent escape and the doors can be opened separately. The full screen top ventilation allows UVB and infrared penetration, and is completely removable […]

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Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius) Care Sheet

Description: Leopard Geckos are medium-sized ground dwelling geckos belonging to the family eublepharidae. Unlike some other geckos that can scale smooth surfaces such as glass, leopard geckos lack the pads covered microscopic hairs that allow them to do so. Leopard Geckos do possess claws, and are capable of climbing to a more limited extent, however. […]

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