Contests

2014 REPTILES magazine Tat Attack Winners!

Congratulations to the three winners of the 2014 REPTILES magazine Tat Attack  Contest.      Angela De Palatis 1st place prize of $200 went to Angela De Palatis for red-tailed boa constrictor.   Lisa Sharp 2nd place prize of $100 went to Lisa Sharp for Brother's Island…

The Hunt Is On!

Join our scavenger hunt and be one of five lucky winners to win!

Creature Caption

Welcome to ReptilesMagazine's Creature Caption Contest ReptilesMagazine's Creature Caption Contest is a monthly contest. Each month we will post a photo, it is up to you to write a witty caption and send it in to us. Our editorial staff will…

Drawn To Reptiles 2013 Reptile Contests

Sponsored by Exo Terra   Drawn to Reptiles 2009 winner: African bush viper by Jessica Tschampa   Professional reptile artist Tell Hicks will be judging the Drawn to Reptiles 2013 contest and choosing the three winners!   2009 Drawn to…

The Give Thanks For Reptiles Contest!

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, take a moment to explain why you give thanks for the existence of something or someone that has rocked your reptile world.

Mystery Skull Challenge April 2010

Check your answers and the winners for the Mystery Skull Challenge! March 24 - April 20, 2010  Back to Past Contests>> © Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com   © Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com Answer: False Gharials (Tomistoma schlegelii) are one of the world’s most…

Mystery Skull Challenge April 2008

Check your answers and the winners for the Mystery Skull Challenge! April 1 - April 30, 2008                                                                                             Back to Past Contests>>   © Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com © Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com Answer: The Fischer’s Chameleon (Kinyongia fischeri) is native to the…

Mystery Skull Challenge April 2009

Check your answers and the winners for the Mystery Skull Challenge! March 25 - April 21, 2009 Back to Past Contests>>   © Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com   © Shawn K. Heflick www.ArtByEvolution.com Answer: The Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) is a huge…