Sunny Stick Insects are an easy species to keep feeding on a range of plants including Bramble, Hawthorn and Ivy. There are only females within this species as they are pathogenic, therefore, all eggs are fertile.
Argentine Black and White Tegu are the largest species of Tegu reaching between three and five feet, males are larger then females. They do make great pets becoming very attached to their owner, however you must be able to provide the spare these require.
The Brown Mantella occurs throughout western Madagascar, inhabiting forests and savanna-like habitats. They are a large and plump species reaching 25-28mm, light tank backs with black with white/blue reticulation flanks.
A medium to large sized frog reaching lengths of up to 9.5cm with a triangular shaped head. General dorsal colouration is brown to yellow along with cream to white ventrally. Numerous thin black stripes run down the back from the head.
The Horsfield or Russian tortoise is arguably the most popular pet species of tortoise out there due to their smaller size and hardy nature. They are ideal for beginners into the reptile hobby who are interested in keeping Chelonian species.
The Black Rat Snake is found throughout the eastern and central United States. They are officially the longest snake in North America. They are well known for their supreme climbing ability, in the heavily wooded areas they live within.
The Shiny Burrowing Scorpion is a medium sized species reaching an adult length of up to 11-15cm. They inhabit dry areas of Southern Africa. The interesting thing about these animals is their ability to stridulate.
The Eastern Spadefoot toad is from North America. It has one spur on each of its back feet for burrowing. They spend a large amount of their life underground in a dormant state. The unusual shaped feet has given this toad it's name.
The Mourning Gecko is a small nocturnal species of gecko reaching no more than 10cm in total length. These are a very widespread species but the most interesting fact about them is that they are parthenogenic.