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The top most popular pets such as dogs, cats, birds, horses and fish, share many of our homes, but some of us prefer the most exotic type of pet, this article is for them
Know about turtle nesting, Type of Turtles, Turtles Nesting in India, Goa, Maharashtra, Orissa, Andaman and Nicobar Island are the main State of turtle nesting, view photos of Sea Turtles.
Having a turtle as company is fun, but absolutely doesn't mean an easy job. My tips of feeding tortoise are what you need if you happen to have one in the house.
Awirut Nathip is living with his family at Phitsanulok of Thailand, since 15 years they are using two crocodiles Thong and Ngen as their watch dogs instead of dogs. Till now no burglars are attempted his home due to fear of these two crocodiles.
When I visited Vancouver's Stanley Park we saw lots of wonderful wildlife, however some of the animals we saw were not native to the area. The turtles in Lost Lagoon are native to the southern United States.
One small boy and his teacher discovered there was more to owning a lizard than simply loving it. This cautionary tale is the story of a lizard that was loved to death and the consequent research done by a class of children on how to care for lizards as pets.
Reticulated python (scientifically known as Python reticulatus) is a known species in Southeast Asia particularly in Indonesia and the Philippines. It is usually tended by those who are into exotic pets. It could grow up to an average of 10-20ft and weigh more than 50 kilograms. It is...
We all know that housing multiple reptiles and amphibians inside the same enclosure can be successfully done; bearded dragons should actually be housed individually. Bearded dragons are naturally territorial animals; the largest males will establish the largest territories in the wild...
Bearded Dragons need to be hydrated. Bathing serves two purposes, to clean and to hydrate the bearded dragon. When bathing, there are some things that need to be considered in order for the bearded dragon to be safe.
In the wild bearded dragons is what’s called opportunistic omnivores. Their diet will consist of what’s available in their area at that time. If there in an area where there’s a lot of vegetation, then they will eat all of the fruits and vegetables they can. If there in an area ...
Just like with most selective breeding of reptiles, bearded dragons are sometimes targeted as projects themselves. What happens is if there are some bearded dragons that have some unique traits, say there large, they have really bright colors, or whatever the case may be, the end resu...
When you go to your local pet shop to purchase a bearded dragon you want to be sure that healthy. Ways to check this is simple and not to difficult. First thing is first, how does the pet shop look, is it clean or filthy. Second inspect the bearded dragon tanks they have them in. Is t...
In the wild bearded dragons will spend their entire lives on top sand in Australia. Some people believe that housing the bearded dragons on sand can run the risk of gut impaction. Gut impaction is where the bearded dragon will consume small amounts of sand and it get to the point wher...
The name bearded dragon comes from there spiky scales around the neck area. During the bearded dragons mating season the males beard will turn Grey, black, or dark blue. The male may also puff the beard out to warn other males.
When you are looking to purchase a bearded dragon for the first time from a store always buy the terrarium or tank first and also make sure to have it setup before taking home your bearded dragon.
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