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Carpet Python

Carpet Python

Although having the smallest range of any of the several subspecies, the bright colors and small adult size of jungle carpet python has made the snake a hobbyist favorite.They range from pale to dark brown and olive green to grey or reddish with darker blotches. The 'jungle' carpet python of north Queensland is sometimes brilliantly coloured in black and bright golden-yellow.

Corn Snakes

Corn Snakes

The corn snake, or red rat snake, is a North American species of rat snake that subdues its small prey by constriction. The name "corn snake" is a holdover from the days when southern farmers stored harvested ears of corn in a wood frame or log building called a crib. Rats and mice came to the corn crib to feed on the corn, and corn snakes came to feed on the rodents. Their docile nature, reluctance to bite, moderate adult size 3.96.0 feet attractive pattern, and comparatively simple care make them popular pet snakes. In the wild, they usually live around 68 years, but in captivity can live to be up to 23 yrs.

Milk Snakes

Milk Snakes

Milk snakes grow 20 to 60 inches long. They have smooth and shiny scales and their typical color pattern is alternating bands of red-black-yellow or white-black-red.Some milk snakes have a striking resemblance to coral snakes and this mimicry likely scares away potential predators. While both milk snakes and coral snakes possess transverse bands of red, black and yellow, a common mnemonic can be used to properly distinguish between the deadly coral snake and the harmless milk snake:

"Red on yellow will kill a fellow, but red on black is a friend of Jack."

Royal Python Morph

Royal Python Morph

Royal Pythons are called Ball Pythons in America, because when threatened the Royal Python will coil up in a ball to hide away from the potential threat. This snake is one of the most popular species of large constrictor currently sold as pets. It is the smallest of the large constrictors with an adult length averaging between three to five feet. Aside from being the smallest of the large constrictors, it is also the least expensive which makes this snake very attractive to the first time buyer.

Jungle Cream Snake

Jungle Cream Snake

Jungle Cream snakes are a hybrid snake, meaning they are produced through the cross breeding of 2 different species, a Californian King snake to a Creamsicle corn snake. This gives the owner the best of both worlds, having a mix of the corn snake and the king snakes great colouring, patterns and personality.

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Leopard Gecko

Leopard geckos are considered one of the easiest lizards to keep and make great pets for older children and adults. They originally came from hot dry areas in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, and hide underground for the hottest part of the day, becoming active at night. Like most reptiles they are normally housed in an enclosed cage with glass doors called a vivarium.
Leopard Gecko

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Veiled Chameleon

Veiled Chameleons are the most commonly bred and available species of chameleons, and are now being bred in captivity. They are hardy reptiles which require tall cages for perching, supplemental heat and UV light, a varied insect diet, and a dripping water source. As the Veiled Chameleon can be found in a range of habitats it is adaptable to a variety of temperatures and humidity. It is easily recognised by the large casque, or helmet, on top of its head. This is one of the hardiest chameleon species available.
Veiled Chameleon

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Water Dragon

Water dragons are native to the Southeast Asian mainland and Indo-Australian archipelago. Most imports arrive from Thailand or southern China. Males typically reach 3 feet; females are somewhat smaller. Males develop larger heads, jowls and crest on the back of the neck, and their femoral pores are somewhat larger than on the female.
Water Dragon

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