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Practical Reptile Keeping October 2013

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Practical Reptile Keeping October 2013

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Practical Reptile Keeping October 2013

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Features: Moss that moves! Chris Mattison describes how to keep and breed the amazing mossy frog. Life in the fast lane meet The Wrangler. One of the up-and-coming stars in the world of reality reptile television talks about his lifelong passion for such creatures, including venomous snakes. Breeding musk turtles turtles are not being bred as frequently as other groups of reptiles at present. Here Peter Ford shares his tips for Talking dragons, mountain chickens and more John Courteney-Smith catches up with Luke Harding, who oversaw the recent breeding success with the Komodo dragon at Colchester zoo, and is also involved in various other conservation projects. Meet the ant man and the Mayan gods the remarkable world of ants and new discoveries in the field of myrmecology (the study of ants) are revealed by leading expert Professor Longino, from the University of Utah. Picking a python Tariq Abou-Zahr highlights the key points that should influence your choice of an Indo-Australian python, based on his experiences with this popular group of snakes. Grasshoppers with the head of a horse although they certainly look much more like stick insects! Discover how to keep and breed horsehead grasshoppers.