Scott Corning - Contributing Author

Scott Corning is a herpetoculturist with more than 23 years experience breeding reptiles, especially in the Family Agamidae and Iguanidae. This obsession began early, which grew into the idea of focusing on some of the lesser known and more difficult species and getting them up onto the captive bred platform.  He has managed and operated two reptile stores, bred countless species of reptiles, and specialized in his own business in 1996.

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