Archive | Lizards

6 ‘Creepy’ Animals this Halloween!

Halloween is a special holiday all around the world and conjures certain images, one of which is certain to be creepy crawlies, large amphibians and sinister looking reptiles. Massive tarantulas, slithering millipedes and slimy snails are all definitely in keeping with the Halloween theme and can also make brilliant pets. Here are our top 5 favourite […]

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Arcadia Omni Gold

How to Use Arcadia EarthPro Omni Gold Food

Arcadia EarthPro Omni Gold food is a new food designed specifically to meet the nutritional requirements of omnivorous reptiles. It’s a great food for reptiles such as blue-tongued-skinks, bearded dragons and even chameleons (yes, they love it too). As it is a diet that requires a small amount of preparation, we’ve put together a small […]

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Grow Your Own Reptile Food! ProRep’s Edible Plants

The time has come to grow your own reptile food. In recent years it has become increasingly popular to include live plants in exotic pet enclosures. Every other gecko frog enclosure we sell seems to be a full bio-active kit and for good reason. It helps to keep humidity up, the plants oxygenate your tank and hard working […]

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The Fascinating Crevice Spiny Lizard

The spiny crevice lizard (Sceloporus poinsettii) is a small terrestrial lizard from the Chihuahuan desert in the USA. They can be found from southern New Mexico to central Texas all the way down to Zacatecas in Mexico. They are mainly found in semi-arid regions near limestone structures. If approached they will scuttle up rock faces […]

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Williams Dwarf Gecko

William’s Dwarf Gecko – The Electric Blue Day Gecko

William’s dwarf gecko (Lygodactylus williamsi), A.K.A. the ‘electric blue day gecko’ or ‘turquoise dwarf gecko’, is a little gem of a lizard that is fascinating to watch and averages just 3 inches in length! So, it’s ideal for hobbyists who haven’t got the space for a large enclosure at home. In the wild their whereabouts is confined to […]

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