Reticulated Pythons (Python reticulatus) are a very large snake that can be found in Asia. It is also a popular pet in the pet trade and has a bunch of beautiful morphs available. Click the photo or title to go to the list and check out which 10 reticulated python morphs we picked!
The Frilled Lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii) is a lizard from Australia and New Guinea, with an iconic frill around its neck. Click the link or photo to read more about this awesome lizard!
A lot of snakes look like the “normal” snakes we are used to, like ball pythons, corn snakes, boa constrictors, etc. But what about the ones that don’t look like normal snakes? Those are the ones we are talking about today – click the photo or title to see what weird snakes made the list!
Mangshan Pit Vipers (Protobothrops mangshanensis) are an endangered species of Pit Vipers from China. Click the photo or title to go to the article to read more!
Tokay geckos are a beautiful blue gecko from various parts of Asia. If you want to learn more about the Tokay Gecko (Gekko Gecko) then click the title or photo to go to the article.
Gaboon Vipers (Bitis gabonica) are one of the largest vipers in the world. If you want to find out exactly how big they are, click the title or photo to read the rest of the article!
Corn Snakes are popular pets for first time snake owners, and come in an array of beautiful colours, known as morphs. Check out this article to see 10 of the beautiful morphs that we picked!
Jewelled Geckos are an absolutely stunningly green gecko. Want to learn more about Jewelled Geckos (Naultinus gemmeus)? Then click the link or title to go to the article and get reading!
Komodo Dragons are the largest living lizards in the world today. If you want to learn more about Komodo Dragons (Varanus komodoensis) Then click the title or photo to go to the article to learn more!
Not only do Satanic Leaf Tailed Geckos have a unique name, they also have a unique appearance. Want to know more about the Satanic Leaf tailed Gecko (Uroplatus phantasticus)? Click the photo or title to go to the article and read more!