These small black and yellow toads are a small species growing to an adult size of 25mm to 35mm, females being larger. On their underside they have flashes of red on their feed and belly. They are a hardy species of toad to keep in captivity.
This extremely large tarantula is a must for any collection. The Salmon Pink Birdeater grows at a fast rate, reaching sizes of 7.5 - 10 inches. They don't spin large webs, or burrow much, so make great display tarantulas.
The Giant Whiteknee Tarantula is a fast growing species that can have a leg span of 8.5 inches. The body and legs are dark with striking white bands along the leg joints, giving them their common name.
This spider lives high in the canopy tops of tropical forests in West Africa. It is known for being extremely aggressive and should only be kept by people who have lots of experience dealing with other arboreal species of tarantula.
An Australian species, the Macleays Spectre Stick Insect can grow up to 150mm! Feeding on a range of food plants which can be found in your garden or in a local field, makes them easy and cheap to maintain.
The Sandfish is a species of skink that can be found in Egypt and North Africa. They have adapted to live in sand and have the ability to swim through it. They are a hardy species to keep in captivity. They reach an adult size of 18-20 cm (7-8 inch).
Bright blue animals are a rarity in nature and this species is unquestionably one of the most spectacular. Few dart frog collections exist without Blue Poison Dart Frogs being present; a must for any serious keeper.
The Hermann tortoise is small to medium in size and is one of five species of Mediterranean tortoise from the genus Testudo, they can be found throughout Southern Europe. These are the UK's most popular kept species of tortoise.