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Exotics Keeper Magazine #1 November 2020

EK Magazine November 2020

It's exciting to see this first edition in print after more than a year of planning and research behind us ? that is, if you ignore the seven years we spent saying, "wouldn?t it be great to launch an exotics magazine!" Now, here it is, and it?s better than we ever imagined it could be.

This first edition explores some of the most iconic, unusual, and attractive pet species on the planet and we speak to the zoologists and specialists who work with them.

The ploughshare tortoise is almost extinct in the wild. We meet Mauritius-based conservationist Owen Griffi this to find out why, and we learn about his ploughshare breeding project on a tiny island in the Indian Ocean where he?s working to save the species.

Also in this jam-packed first edition, we speak to renowned exotics specialist Jim Collins as he talks us through the joys of keeping armadillos. Don?t read this article unless you?re ready to get one ? you have been warned!

Plus we take a look at the electric blue day gecko with Dr Martin Singheiser and ask whether a secret population of these animals exists in their native Tanzania.


The motivation for creating Exotics Keeper Magazine was a determination to help, care for and protect exotic animals, with a charity component being part of the plan - eventually. Then, in April 2020, the crisis caused by the Covid-19 lockdown pushed the charity plans into fast-forward. Here's what happened next.

Despite the lockdown being lifted, zoos and exotic animal sanctuaries have been hit hard during the Coronavirus crisis. Following a period where zoos had no visitors, no fundraising events and nowhere near enough donations, many are still struggling to feed their animals. EK Fund has donated over ?3,000 to zoos, rehoming centres and wildlife parks over the last few months as part of the first funding project.

Over the coming months and years the EK Fund be selecting eligible and worthwhile charities, organisations and projects to donate to, keeping you up to date with campaigns and donations via their website and the Exotics Keeper Magazine.

  • Exotics news
  • Electric blue day geckos
  • The world's rarest tortoise
  • Keeping armadillos
  • Exotics Keeper Fund
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Exotics Keeper Magazine #2 December 2020

EK Magazine December 2020

In this edition we look at one of the fastest growing trends in reptile keeping ? bioactive enclosures. It is all the rage right now, with many keepers revamping their setups to be bioactive. This is great news, not only because bioactive enclosures are beautiful and interesting for the keeper, but they also provide enhanced enrichment for animals. However, it?s worth remembering that in some cases, bioactive may not be possible or preferable.

We speak to five herp enthusiasts to find out their views on bioactive setups. Plus, we take a look at naturalistic and outdoor enclosures.

Also this month we visit the UK?s National Parrot Sanctuary at Lincolnshire Wildlife Park to find out the pros and cons of keeping parrots, and we speak to Chris Moiser from Tropiquaria Zoo, who is fighting to save one of the world?s rarest fish


The motivation for creating Exotics Keeper Magazine was a determination to help, care for and protect exotic animals, with a charity component being part of the plan - eventually. Then, in April 2020, the crisis caused by the Covid-19 lockdown pushed the charity plans into fast-forward. Here's what happened next.

Despite the lockdown being lifted, zoos and exotic animal sanctuaries have been hit hard during the Coronavirus crisis. Following a period where zoos had no visitors, no fundraising events and nowhere near enough donations, many are still struggling to feed their animals. EK Fund has donated over ?3,000 to zoos, rehoming centres and wildlife parks over the last few months as part of the first funding project.

Over the coming months and years the EK Fund be selecting eligible and worthwhile charities, organisations and projects to donate to, keeping you up to date with campaigns and donations via their website and the Exotics Keeper Magazine.

  • Exotics news
  • Bioactive enclosures
  • National Parrot Sanctuary
  • Tropiquaria Zoo
  • Exotics Keeper Fund
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Exotics Keeper Magazine #3 January 2021

EK Magazine January 2021

In this edition, expert Jim Collins talks us through why sugar gliders are so popular, despite being a bit stinky sometimes, and Colin Stevenson from Crocodiles of the World introduces us to a few of the rather less cuddly animals he works with.

There?s an informative look at feeder insects, with enough top-level information to make you a livefood master. Our tail-end feature with Chris Newman from the National Centre for Reptile Welfare explores the work they do in this field.

Plus much, much more.


The motivation for creating Exotics Keeper Magazine was a determination to help, care for and protect exotic animals, with a charity component being part of the plan - eventually. Then, in April 2020, the crisis caused by the Covid-19 lockdown pushed the charity plans into fast-forward. Here's what happened next.

Despite the lockdown being lifted, zoos and exotic animal sanctuaries have been hit hard during the Coronavirus crisis. Following a period where zoos had no visitors, no fundraising events and nowhere near enough donations, many are still struggling to feed their animals. EK Fund has donated over ?3,000 to zoos, rehoming centres and wildlife parks over the last few months as part of the first funding project.

Over the coming months and years the EK Fund be selecting eligible and worthwhile charities, organisations and projects to donate to, keeping you up to date with campaigns and donations via their website and the Exotics Keeper Magazine.

  • Exotics news
  • Sugar gliders
  • Feeder insects
  • National Centre for Reptile Welfare
  • Exotics Keeper Fund
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Exotics Keeper Magazine #4 February 2021

EK Magazine February 2021

In this issue, we catch up with Sean Collinson and Brian Stevens on breeding and caring for Emerald Tree Boas, we look at difference between the Amazon and Northern Emerald Tree Boas, and we investigate what the future might hold for this beautiful species.

We also learn about caring for Meerkats in captivity, and how there might be more to it than you think. Finally, Dr Suzanne Mills talks to us about her work with Clownfish in French Polynesia, and how important it is to nurture their habitat.

All that as well as Expert Opinions, Animal Facts, Species Spotlight, Exotic News and much more.


The motivation for creating Exotics Keeper Magazine was a determination to help, care for and protect exotic animals, with a charity component being part of the plan - eventually. Then, in April 2020, the crisis caused by the Covid-19 lockdown pushed the charity plans into fast-forward. Here's what happened next.

Despite the lockdown being lifted, zoos and exotic animal sanctuaries have been hit hard during the Coronavirus crisis. Following a period where zoos had no visitors, no fundraising events and nowhere near enough donations, many are still struggling to feed their animals. EK Fund has donated over ?3,000 to zoos, rehoming centres and wildlife parks over the last few months as part of the first funding project.

Over the coming months and years the EK Fund be selecting eligible and worthwhile charities, organisations and projects to donate to, keeping you up to date with campaigns and donations via their website and the Exotics Keeper Magazine.

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  • Exotics news
  • Emeral tree boas
  • Meerkats in captivity
  • Clownfish in French Polynesia
  • Exotics Keeper Fund
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Exotics Keeper Magazine #5 March 2021

EK Magazine March 2021

In this issue we speak to Ben Tapley, Curator of Herpetology at ZSL, about the grave Chytrid fungus affecting amphibians around the world. We dive into the world of Betta, discussing everything from diversity to husbandry with guest writer Max Pedley.

Royal pythons and the pygmy flying mouse face the species spotlight, uncovering some lesser-known facts of these pet shop favourites.

Aimee Jones shares her experience working with leaf-tailed geckos in Madagascar and we discuss eight of the most interesting Arachnids in the trade, from beginner Brachypelmas to professional Pokies.

All that as well as Expert Opinions, Animal Facts, Species Spotlight, Exotic News and much more.


The motivation for creating Exotics Keeper Magazine was a determination to help, care for and protect exotic animals, with a charity component being part of the plan - eventually. Then, in April 2020, the crisis caused by the Covid-19 lockdown pushed the charity plans into fast-forward. Here's what happened next.

Despite the lockdown being lifted, zoos and exotic animal sanctuaries have been hit hard during the Coronavirus crisis. Following a period where zoos had no visitors, no fundraising events and nowhere near enough donations, many are still struggling to feed their animals. EK Fund has donated over ?3,000 to zoos, rehoming centres and wildlife parks over the last few months as part of the first funding project.

Over the coming months and years the EK Fund be selecting eligible and worthwhile charities, organisations and projects to donate to, keeping you up to date with campaigns and donations via their website and the Exotics Keeper Magazine.

This product is covered by our Safe Delivery Guarantee

  • Exotics news
  • Chytrid fungus affecting amphibians
  • Betta fish
  • Leaf-tailed geckos
  • Exotics Keeper Fund
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RRP €3.42
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Exotics Keeper Magazine #6 April 2021

EK Magazine April 2021

In this issue, we speak to Dr Jonathon Howard (BeardieVet) on wild bearded dragons and re-thinking the way we keep these much-loved lizards.

Chester Zoo shares some important breakthroughs with golden mantellas which could strengthen the relationship between zoos and the private sector.

Harvey and Tom at Celtic Reptile and Amphibian give us an exclusive interview from a new generation of forward-thinking herpetologists.

Finally, Dr David Pool discusses fish and science in our expert opinion and we shine the species spotlight on some incredibly interesting inverts.

All that as well as Expert Opinions, Animal Facts, Species Spotlight, Exotic News and much more.


The motivation for creating Exotics Keeper Magazine was a determination to help, care for and protect exotic animals, with a charity component being part of the plan - eventually. Then, in April 2020, the crisis caused by the Covid-19 lockdown pushed the charity plans into fast-forward. Here's what happened next.

Despite the lockdown being lifted, zoos and exotic animal sanctuaries have been hit hard during the Coronavirus crisis. Following a period where zoos had no visitors, no fundraising events and nowhere near enough donations, many are still struggling to feed their animals. EK Fund has donated over ?3,000 to zoos, rehoming centres and wildlife parks over the last few months as part of the first funding project.

Over the coming months and years the EK Fund be selecting eligible and worthwhile charities, organisations and projects to donate to, keeping you up to date with campaigns and donations via their website and the Exotics Keeper Magazine.

This product is covered by our Safe Delivery Guarantee

  • Exotics news
  • Wild bearded dragons
  • Golden mantellas
  • Fish and science
  • Exotics Keeper Fund
RRP £2.99
£2.99 inc VAT
RRP €3.42
€3.42 inc VAT
RRP $4.23
$4.23 inc VAT
RRP $5.48
$5.48 inc VAT
RRP DKK25.50
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RRP NOK32.78
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RRP SEK34.90
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