Panther Chameleons are Ferguson Zone 2-3 Originating from the tropical forests of Madagascar, Panther Chameleons are defined as partial sun baskers meaning that they do bask during the day but may also choose to seek out shade at times . They are generally exposed to a UV Index of 0.7 – 1.0 with a maximum […]
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5 Pet Lizards for Beginners
Lizards can make brilliant pets and they are probably the most popular group of pets we sell. That’s probably, at least in part, to some people being a little nervous around snakes, spiders and frogs when they enter the hobby but we’re sure it’s mostly how awesome the lizards we sell are! We have lizards […]
Panther chameleon – Our favourite locales
Panther chameleons are a beautiful tree-dwelling lizard found in Madagascar. They are a popular species commonly kept in the UK. This is mostly due to their amazing colouration and variability, their great personality and how easy they are to handle. The panther chameleon can only be found in a relatively small area in the wild […]
Top 6 Arboreal Lizards
In our stores, we have noticed over Christmas and the new year that arboreal lizards have been very popular in store and we thought it might be helpful to outline the 6 most popular that we regularly keep. We’ve tried to provide a mix of geckos, chameleons and lizards, a few pros and cons for […]
10 Mega Pet Lizards
Here at the Northampton Reptile Centre we have dealt with many species of lizards. There are those that are always a great choice and have become our favourites in store. Here is a list of 10 awesome pet lizards. 1. Bearded Dragon The bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) is one of the giants of the industry […]
Getting an Awesome Pet Reptile – Chameleons!
I currently keep two chameleons at home, a veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) named Pascal andÂ a panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) named Vai. Both are housed separately in their own vivariums. The Veiled Chameleon originates from the Arabian Peninsula of Yemen and Saudi Arabia, (hence they are often also called Yemen chameleons). The panther chameleon originates from […]
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 […]