Brooks King Snakes was originally thought to be a subspecies of the Florida King Snake. In recent years, they are now classed as location of the wild-collected adults. We, along with others in the hobby, have decided to keep them listed as Brooks.
Corn Snakes come in a huge variety of colours. They are a easy handling size and have a calm disposition. These animals are reluctant to bite, constrict or defecate under mild stress like other species. Suitable for any experience level.
Royal Pythons are calm and gentle, making them an ideal beginners snake as long as their environmental requirements are met. They are available in a huge variety of colour morphs and are hugely popular exotic pets.
Kenyan Sand Boas are found living within sandy areas of East Africa. Adults vary greatly in size depending on sex. Males are small averaging 15 to 18 inches, whereas females are slightly larger and stocky growing to an average size of 30 inches.
Bosc Monitors also known as Savannah Monitors, originate from Africa. Large monitor lizards come with challenges; from temperament to housing, equipment and upkeep costs, please take time to read our care guide.
The Bells Hinged Back Tortoise is a small/medium sized semi-tropical tortoise with a huge character! They require higher humidity levels compared to other species, meaning that they can be kept in a well ventilated vivarium setup.
The Assassin Bug originates in Africa. A venomous predatory bug with a painful sting, like that of a hornet. They are also capable of spitting digestive enzymes when threatened! Growing up to 40mm, they are fascinating pets for more experienced keepers.
African Land Snails are a giant species of snail from East Africa. They are one of the easiest pets to look after and are cheap to maintain, their slow movement and robust bodies make them a perfect pet for children to watch and are easy to handle.
These African centipedes can reach sizes of 15-18cm in length. They are variable in colour, generally seen with the head and body yellow, orange or tan with darker blue-black bands, with yellow, orange or blue legs.
The Spot Legged Dart Frog have a black body with two cream lateral stripes running from the nose down each side of the body. Yellow is present around the groin area and blue spotting present on their feet.
Golfodulcean Poison Dart Frogs reach an average length 3.5cm and display vibrant orange stripes down their backs. They are named after the Golfodulcean region of Costa Rica and are considered endangered in the wild due to habitat loss.