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Reeve's Turtle Care Sheet

Reeve’s Turtle (Mauremys reevesii) Reeve’s turtle is the smallest member of the genus Mauremys, one of the largest genera of the Old World turtle family Geoemydidae. Their range extends  across central and eastern China, as well North and South Korea, Taiwan…

African Fat-Tailed Gecko Care Sheet

African fat-tailed geckos are not yet as widely available as the more common leopard geckos, but are now widely available online through breeders who specialize in their captive breeding

Rough Green Snake Care Sheet

Rough Green Snake (Opheodrys aestivus)   Availability The rough green snake is readily available in the pet trade and unfortunately is one of the most exploited snakes in North America. rough green snakes are collected by the hundreds each year…

Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko Care Sheet

Satanic Leaf tailed gecko (Uroplatus phantasticas) There are few geckos as bizarre and as fascinating as the satanic leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus phatantasicas), also referred to as “Phants” for short.  These geckos' remarkable ability to mimic a leaf has captivated reptile…

Wood Turtle Care Sheet

Wood turtles are a lot of fun to keep and to raise, as they are for the most part very tame and friendly.

Flap-Neck Chameleon Care Sheet

Flap-Neck Chameleon (Chamaeleo Dilepis) Distribution Widely distributed in Tropical and Southern Africa. In some parts of its range, such as Botswana, it is the only endemic chameleon species. In many regions its distribution is becoming restricted due to commercial farming…

Rainbow Boa Care Sheet

Care sheet for Rainbow Boas (Epicrates Cenchria) Argentine rainbow boas (Epicrates Cenchria) are considered to be one of the more beautiful snakes in the world.  Not only do they display vibrant orange and red coloration, but they also produce an…

Carpet Python Care Sheet

Care Sheet for the Carpet Python (Morelia spilotes) The carpet pythons are a diverse group of snakes from the Morelia genus that are native to a wide variety of biotopes in Australia and New Guinea. They are called carpet pythons because they exhibit…

Popular Care Sheets

Reeve's Turtle Care Sheet

Reeve’s Turtle (Mauremys reevesii) Reeve’s turtle is the smallest member of the genus Mauremys, one of the largest genera of the Old World turtle family Geoemydidae. Their range extends  across central and eastern China, as well North and South Korea, Taiwan…

African Fat-Tailed Gecko Care Sheet

African fat-tailed geckos are not yet as widely available as the more common leopard geckos, but are now widely available online through breeders who specialize in their captive breeding

Rough Green Snake Care Sheet

Rough Green Snake (Opheodrys aestivus)   Availability The rough green snake is readily available in the pet trade and unfortunately is one of the most exploited snakes in North America. rough green snakes are collected by the hundreds each year…

Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko Care Sheet

Satanic Leaf tailed gecko (Uroplatus phantasticas) There are few geckos as bizarre and as fascinating as the satanic leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus phatantasicas), also referred to as “Phants” for short.  These geckos' remarkable ability to mimic a leaf has captivated reptile…

Wood Turtle Care Sheet

Wood turtles are a lot of fun to keep and to raise, as they are for the most part very tame and friendly.

Flap-Neck Chameleon Care Sheet

Flap-Neck Chameleon (Chamaeleo Dilepis) Distribution Widely distributed in Tropical and Southern Africa. In some parts of its range, such as Botswana, it is the only endemic chameleon species. In many regions its distribution is becoming restricted due to commercial farming…

Rainbow Boa Care Sheet

Care sheet for Rainbow Boas (Epicrates Cenchria) Argentine rainbow boas (Epicrates Cenchria) are considered to be one of the more beautiful snakes in the world.  Not only do they display vibrant orange and red coloration, but they also produce an…

Carpet Python Care Sheet

Care Sheet for the Carpet Python (Morelia spilotes) The carpet pythons are a diverse group of snakes from the Morelia genus that are native to a wide variety of biotopes in Australia and New Guinea. They are called carpet pythons because they exhibit…

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