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Dwarf Sand Geckos

Dwarf sand gecko

Also commonly called dune or micro geckos, dwarf sand geckos are small nocturnal lizards native to northern Africa and the Middle East. So long as you start with healthy individuals they are not difficult to keep, but it can be challenging to locate captive-bred geckos.

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Leaf-Tailed Gecko

Leaf-tailed gecko on a piece of park

Less commonly kept than other leaf-tailed geckos, the spearpoint leaf-tailed gecko can be challenging to keep and breed. It is often overshadowed by the similar satanic leaf-tailed gecko but differs by having a greatly reduced diamond-shaped tail.

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Why isn’t my salamander eating? Is it shedding its skin?

” We have a Tiger Salamander. You have no information about shedding their skin on your site and I wondered if the reason our salamander is not eating is because of this? We also have had a gecko which when he sheds he completely loses his appetite also. Our salamander

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The Mixed Species Dilemma

A large mixed species terrarium; Biotope Costa Rica

Zoological institutions often recreate naturally occurring communities of reptiles and amphibians in large elaborate exhibits. Can a private hobbyist accomplish the same thing at home?

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Veiled Chameleon

Female veiled chameleon closeup of head

Veiled chameleons are among the most popular pet chameleons. This is for good reason. They are relatively hardy compared to other species of chameleon, and so long as they are provided with the right environment they tend to make good pets.

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Fruit Flies

Fruit fly

Fruit flies are an easy-to-culture food item for small reptiles amphibians. Learn how to care for and culture them in this article

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