Reptiles are great pets for many reasons.
They don’t take a lot of space and attention.
They come with various species that fit the owner’s needs. Some species have a variety of morphs that are different in colors and patterns.
Some reptiles are just-watch pets but some reptiles are easy for handling even with kids.
We cover many aspects of common reptiles such as bearded dragons, leopard geckos, snakes, tortoises, and more.
Interestingly, some snakes can eat birds. Here are 12 examples of snakes that eat birds (and how they catch birds)
Are you wondering what types of snakes you can encounter in Georgia? Here are 45 types of snakes you can find in Georgia.
Did you find a snake in Pennsylvania and want to identify it? Here are 21 snakes you can encounter in Pennsylvania.
What are copperhead snakes’ natural predators? Here are 13 animals that can hunt and eat copperheads in nature.
Copperheads are the most venomous snakes in the United States. Here are 13 common snakes that look like copperheads.
Some snakes are small as worms. Here are common 14 snakes that look like worms with photos and how to identify them.
Why do some snakes play dead? What types of snakes play dead? How to tell a snake is playing dead? Learn here.
Want to identify the snake you just saw in your yard in Massachusetts? Is it not venomous? Here is 14 snakes you can find in Massachusetts.
Do you see a snake in Colorado and want to identify it? Do you want to know if it is venomous? Here is a list of 28 snakes in Colorado.
Have you seen a snake in Michigan and wondering what species it is? Here are all 19 types of snakes in Michigan for your identification.