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Lizards for sale

With such a diverse group of lizards being kept in the modern hobby, there is no surprise at their growing popularity. For first time keepers we recommend you read our caresheets thoroughly to understand the differences between them.


Argentine Black and White Tegu
Argentine Black and White TeguTupinambis merianaePrices from£350.00
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.
Crested Gecko
Crested GeckoCorrelophus cillatusPrices from£55.00
One of the most exciting animals available to reptile enthusiasts. These exotic pets have proved hardy, easy to maintain and a great starting point for someone wanting to keep their first pet reptile.
Helmeted Iguana
Helmeted IguanaCorytophanes cristataPrices from£199.95
The Helmeted Iguana ranges from Southern Mexico through Central America to Northeastern Columbia in the tropical rainforests. They are also known as a Forest Chameleon.
Leopard Gecko
Leopard GeckoEublepharis maculariusPrices from£40.00
Due to their ease of maintenance and affordable housing, we believe these geckos to be the best starter lizards for reptile enthusiasts.
Moorish Gecko
Moorish GeckoTarentola mauritanicaPrices from£14.95
The Moorish Gecko, also known as Crocodile Gecko is pretty, but shouldn't be handles as they are nervous. Whilst mainly nocturnal they can be found during the day basking. This is a nice, hardy species with very few problems!
Moroccan Uromastyx
Moroccan UromastyxUromastyx acanthinura nigriventrisPrices from£199.95
The Moroccan Uromastyx is a medium to large species reaching an adult length of 35-40cm. As adults, they can have striking colours ranging in yellow to orange bodies.
Mourning Gecko
Mourning GeckoLepidodactylus lugubrisPrices from£19.95
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.

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