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Reptile Care: Corn Snake

Reptile Care: Corn Snake

19/12/2017 0
The corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus) is commonly sold as pet snake in many reptile stores around the world. Being a crepuscular, semi-fossorial (burrowing) species, corn snakes are most active during the dawn and the dusk. In the wild, they spend a majority of their time hiding in tight crevices and underground burrows as well as underneath leaf patches, logs and rocks...
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Reptile Care: Bearded Dragon

Reptile Care: Bearded Dragon

14/06/2017 0
Found only in the blazing hot desert of the wild south, the bearded dragon group consists of at least 8 recognizable Pogona species, all of which are native to Australia but can be found at different regions. The bearded dragon is a ground-dwelling reptile that prefers flat surface with wide open spaces to venture. Although bearded dragons have a rather fearsome look, they are surprisingly friendly once they have gotten used to your presence...
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Reptile Care: Chameleon

Reptile Care: Chameleon

12/06/2017 0
The Chamaeleonidae is a relatively small family consisting of about 202 described chameleon species distributed largely throughout Madagascar and especially regions in mainland Africa. Most chameleons are solitary and territorial with the exception of a few pygmy species. They are mostly insectivores, but do occasionally feed on smaller reptiles, amphibians, and even birds and mammals that they can fit into their mouth...
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Reptile Science: Lighting

Reptile Science: Lighting

08/06/2017 0
Without proper lightings for a prolonged period of time, some species of reptiles will suffer a slow and terrible death from frail bones, exhaustion, hunger, and many other illnesses. Keep in mind that different species of reptiles have different physiology, thus a generalized “care sheet” is usually not enough to keep all of your reptilian friends healthy...
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Reptile Science: Desert Dwellers Setup

Reptile Science: Desert Dwellers Setup

07/06/2017 0
Desert-dwelling reptiles live in dry arid regions where above surface temperature is often high with relatively low humidity throughout the day. The unique body features of desert-dwelling species such as impermeable scales, thorny or smooth waxy body are adaptations to minimize water lost in a harsh desert environment. Desert-dwellers have different needs from tropical and temperate species, and thus require special care...
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Reptile Care: Gecko

Reptile Care: Gecko

05/06/2017 0
In the wild, geckos fulfil their ecological niche as fruit foragers or hunters of small animals and invertebrate in caves, forests, deserts and mountainous areas. Due to their relatively vulnerable body build, geckos are hunted by many predators such as birds, frogs, snakes, and spiders (tarantula mostly). They are also known to exploit extreme environment including many blazingly hot deserts where predators are often scarce...
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