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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.


Blue Tongue Skink
Blue Tongue SkinkVariousPrices from£324.99
The name Blue Tongue Skink comes from the colour of this skinks tongue, which is berry blue. They are a large species which can reach sizes of 50cm (20in).
Nile Monitor
Nile MonitorVaranus niloticusPrices from£99.99
The Nile Monitor is a hardy species to keep in captivity, but these can grow large. They can reach sizes of 7 feet, however tend to average out at 4.5 to 5.5 feet.
Ocellated Skink
Ocellated SkinkChalchides ocellatusPrices from£39.99
The Ocellated Skink may also be known at the Eyed Skink due to the patterning on their scales. They can be found living within hot sandy areas of Egypt and Northern Africa.
Pink Bellied Swift
Pink Bellied SwiftSceloporus variabilisPrices from£19.99
The Pink Bellied Swift is a small to medium species growing to an adult size of 100-150mm (4-6 inch). They can be found living in rocky terrains in arid and semi-arid environments in North America, this lizard is found from South Texas to northeaster Mex
Ridge Tailed Monitor
Ridge Tailed MonitorVaranus acanthurusPrices from£199.99
The Ridge Tailed Monitor is also known as an Ackie Monitor within the pet trade. These are much smaller compared to other species of monitors reaching no more than two feet in total length.
Sandfish
SandfishScincus scincusPrices from£19.99
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).
Tokay Gecko
Tokay GeckoGekko geckoPrices from£45.00
A beautiful, easy to care for, but temperamental species. These are best kept by more experienced herpetologists.

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