Author Archive | Gary Rolfe

Yemen Chameleon Babies Unveiled

If there’s one animal we’ve always got a plentiful supply of it’s Yemen Chameleons. Yemen Chameleons are desert chameleons from the Yemen and Saudi mountain regions. There are also known as Veiled Chameleons because of the large crest on their head. Our breeding pair Leonard and Lucy have given us a steady supply of eggs […]

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Corn Snake Eggs!

Another round for the corn snake. It has been a busy week so far with eggs and babies! Yet another addition to the already full incubator was this clutch of corn snake eggs. Corn Snakes make great pets and are perfect for beginners. They are not difficult to breed but we still get excited by […]

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Baby German Giant Bearded Dragons

One of the most satisfying things about working with reptiles is breeding your own stock. Another success story of our captive breeding programs was the hatching of our German Giant Bearded Dragon babies! Bearded Dragons are our favourite reptile pet and judging by their popularity they are yours too. German Giant Bearded Dragons are a […]

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Tiger Taratula Gives Eggs the Sack

We absolutley love breeding our own animals so it was a lovely surprise to find another egg sack this morning! Today it was the turn of our Vietnam Tiger Tarantulas. Vietnam Tiger Tarantulas are an aggressive species from South-East Asia. This aggression will serve the egg sack well as it’s guaranteed to be well protected. […]

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Goliath Spiderlings

Goliath Bird Eating Spiders are the largest Tarantula species in the world. As you can imagine we were very excited when our large female Henrietta produced an egg sack! It was the start of November when we first noticed that Northampton Reptile Centre was again going to be proud parents to more of our animals. […]

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