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  1. Praying mantids as pets
    Categories: Care sheetsInvertebrates

    Praying mantids as pets

    Praying mantis are carnivorous insects that tend to come from tropical climates. They are related to grasshoppers and crickets.
  2. Leopard gecko care: how to get started
    Categories: Care sheetsLizards

    Leopard gecko care: how to get started

    Leopard geckos, also affectionately known as ‘leos’, might be a common sight among the reptile forums, but the big question we should be asking is why.
  3. Corn snake care: what you need to know to get started
    Categories: Care sheetsSnakes

    Corn snake care: what you need to know to get started

    Corn snake care is easy as they are friendly and docile creatures, read our guide to find out what you need to know to get started.
  4. Crested gecko care: Starter kits to breeding
    Categories: Care sheetsSnakes

    Crested gecko care: Starter kits to breeding

    Crested geckos can climb pretty much anything with their famous suction pads, but now they are climbing up the ranks of most popular pet reptiles.
  5. Rankin's dragon - the beardie's brother
    Categories: Care sheetsLizards

    Rankin's dragon - the beardie's brother

    The bearded dragon needs no introduction to readers of this blog, but while the beardie is ever-popular, its relative Lawson's Dragon is also proving popular.
  6. King snake FAQs
    Categories: Care sheetsSnakes

    King snake FAQs

    The kingsnake is renowned the world over for their beauty and are a popular pet. Read our answers to the most common King snake FAQs.
  7. Yemen chameleon FAQs
    Categories: Care sheetsLizards

    Yemen chameleon FAQs

    The Veiled Chameleon is found in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and mountain regions of Yemen.
  8. Ball python FAQs
    Categories: Care sheetsSnakes

    Ball python FAQs

    Ball pythons were given their name due to their habit of curling into a ball when threatened. They are commonly known as Ball or Royal pythons.
  9. Green iguana FAQs
    Categories: Care sheetsLizards

    Green iguana FAQs

    Green iguanas can be found throughout Central and South America and are one of the most popular larger lizards kept in captivity.

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