Calci-Worms are very new to us in the UK. We’ve heard a lot of good things about them from America where they have been used for a long time. Over there they are branded as Phoenix Worms or Soldier Grubs, you may have heard of them. But what are Calci-Worms? Calci-Worms are the larvae of […]
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Like to grow your own tortoise food?
As a tortoise keeper you already know how important it is to give your tortoise the best diet possible. Mediterranean tortoises thrive on a diet of leafy green plants and whilst some are available to buy in the supermarket, you can now grow a bigger selection at home for a fraction of the price. Pro […]
How Many More Beardies Will Hatch?
I cannot believe how many Beardies have hatched out here this year at the Northampton Reptile Centre. I gave up counting a long time ago! Maybe this would make a good competition for next seasons breeding? Here’s a few photos of some babies that hatched a few days ago. Don’t forget we are still giving the […]
Can you link World Cup memories to reptiles?
As a nation we love the football world cup, and even if you don’t like football it’s impossible not to get caught up in the frenzy. The other day I was thinking about some of my world cup memories and before long my mind had drifted to reptiles (this happens a lot!). The end result […]
Want to know which UVB bulbs our reptiles use?
We often get asked which bulbs we would recommend. Without fail we give the same reply. There is a really good reason for that, but it’s occurred to me that i’ve never explained why. So in an effort to help you make an informed decision when replacing your UVB bulb, i’m going to explain how […]
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Sam and her mum have a reptile sanctuary with over 500 animals at home. Many are rescues but given the right conditions and care it’s inevitable that at some point healthy animals will breed. One of her female Bearded Dragons laid a clutch of eggs about 2 months ago. We put them in our incubator […]