Bio-active terrariums have been a great success and are now as common as traditional setups in our store. Most of the customers that come to our Reptile Centre will leave with the materials to match our jungle themed gecko and frog terrariums. The only part that can be a bit of a struggle is selecting […]
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Reaching 14″ (360mm) in length leachie geckos, the New Caledonian Giant Gecko (Rhacodactylus leachianus), is the largest gecko species in the world. Our adult pair of leachie geckos Brutus and Nero (pictured below), laid their first 2 eggs for us around 80 days ago and now they’ve just hatched! The baby leachie geckos are already […]
We all assume geckos are peaceful, family pets. But have you ever tried to handle tokay geckos? They are mean! These guys needed moving to their new vivarium recently. Usually folk will move tockays using thick gloves, but we prefer to coax them into boxes. It’s trickier, but we find it’s a gentler approach. To […]
Crested Geckos are cute as adults, so imagine what they’re like as new hatched babies. No need to imagine, we had some hatch a couple of days ago so I took some pictures for you. Cresties usually only lay a couple of eggs at a time so they also hatch in twos. Currently we having […]
Everybody loves baby animals, so when these guys started popping out of their eggs I thought I’d better grab a camera and share the this baby leopard gecko with you guys! These are Leopard Geckos that have literally just hatched. The eggs had been in the incubator for 2 months. The interesting thing about these lizards […]
Until recent years it’s fair to say that the Leopard Gecko was the most commonly kept lizard in the UK. Although it may have been overtaken in popularity by the Bearded Dragon, Leopard Geckos still make fantastic pets. But what is it about the Leopard Gecko that makes it one of my all time favourite […]
Sometimes, you just can’t get any privacy! That was the case for our pair of Madgascan Giant Day Geckos the other day. Luckily, a crowd and a camera didn’t seem to put this pair off! Please enjoy the photos and I’ll keep you informed if everything is successful and we have some more babies!