When it comes to selecting the leopard gecko you want to take home with you, you are going to be amazed at the wide variety available. Each has it’s own unique defining characteristics with a variety of colors, patterns and more
Choosing to welcome a bearded dragon into your home is not a decision to be taken lightly. These friendly lizards require strict habitat conditions to be met, along with set feeding requirements, heating and more, all of which will be discussed in detail later on in this article
Thanks to selective breeding, bearded dragons come in a multitude of morphs and colors, which can be very confusing to a new bearded dragon owner. If you are a new beardie enthusiast, you should familiarize yourself with the words people use to accurately describe the traits.
This Exo Terra Crested Gecko Kit review is for anyone, like me, that was struggling with what to buy before bringing my new crested gecko home. As a novice owner, I found so many products on the internet, but I wasn’t really sure if they were for crested geckos or other reptiles.
The African Fat Tail gecko (Hemitheconyx Caudicinctus) is a nocturnal gecko of mid size that is found in Western Africa. Their natural habitat is arid Savannah, which has a humid macroclimate. Taking their natural humid habitat into consideration, you are able to choose an enclosure which will make your gecko feel comfortable and at home.
Most of the leopard gecko heat pads on the market today are designed to fit easily under the tank, providing heat from the bottom. These comes in a variety of sizes and from a range of top brand names. These are an economical solution to consider when looking to heat your leopard gecko enclosure.
The ideal leopard gecko enclosure is a complicated design, it’s so much more than substrate, some rocks and a heating system. This guide will steer you in the right direction when it comes to choosing the best cage for your leopard gecko, ensuring the ideal habitat which will enable your gecko to thrive and grow in the long run.
The African Fat Tail Gecko is a small and easy to care for gecko that comes from West Africa. They are ground dwellers, living in a Savannah habitat, surrounded by river beds, rocky hills and scrub land. We have put together some interesting and fun African Fat Tail Gecko facts.
African fat tail gecko setup is easier than you may think. Remember that your gecko will require up to twelve hours of light per day. Being nocturnal reptiles, there is no need for a UVB light. Under tank heat mats are the preferred heating choice for these reptiles.
Anoles are lizards often found in forests and gardens in the United States. They are also sold in pet shops to be kept as pets. The green and brown alone are native to the United States and are very similar, even though they vary in coloration. This article will compare green anole vs brown anole in all aspects.
By duplicating their natural habitat, you can have a healthier and happier bearded dragon. Remember that a dragon can live up to ten years, so ensuring you have everything to get your tank setup before you bring your beardie home will ensure the best end results.
As with any pet you own in your life, a bearded dragon can get sick from time to time. Once of the diseases your dragon may experience is a respiratory infection. While a respiratory infection is relatively common in dragons, not providing adequate treatment can result in death.
Morphs (sometimes called phases) are very popular in the reptile world. This is when a lizard is different from the parents due to altered DNA and genes. The majority of morphs are bred, but morphs do occur naturally as well. Altering the DNA and genes results in offspring that are a mutation, changing skin colors, patterns and behaviors.