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Other Lizards for sale

Weird and wonderful lizards you won't find in any other category; monitors, tegus, swifts and iguanas.

Bosc Monitor
Bosc MonitorVaranus exanthematicusPrices from£89.99
Bosc monitors are a great starter Monitor Lizard, if given the regular attention it needs it can become a very tame lizard.
Brown Anole
Brown AnoleAnolis sagreiPrices from£14.99
Growing to a total length of 18-20cm from snout to tip of tail, the Brown Anole is a small active species. They enjoy basking on branches and feeding on small insects.
Club Tailed Iguana
Club Tailed IguanaCtenosaura quinquecarinataPrices from£34.99
Commonly known as the Club Tailed Iguana or Five Keeled Spiny-tailed Iguana. These lizards grow to a length of up to 35cm and are found in subtropical and tropical dry forest in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Eastern Collared Lizard
Eastern Collared LizardCrotaphytus collarisPrices from£119.99
Eastern Collared Lizards have a dark brown/black collar around the neck and range from tan, yellow or green markings with spots scattered over the body. Females are yellowish-tan with faint spots. Both sexes reach an adult size of 200-350mm (8-14 inch).
Emerald Swift
Emerald SwiftSceloporus malachiticusPrices from£35.99
Emerald Swift get their name due to the males bright colours. They are small sized, very active and easy species to keep.
European Eyed Lizard
European Eyed LizardTimon lepidusPrices from£74.95
The European Eyed Lizard is also known as the Ocellated Lizard. This is a large species averaging 60cm in total length. Males are robust with a green background colour while females tend to be grey to green; both sexes have blue spotting on the flanks.
Green Iguana
Green IguanaIguana iguanaPrices from£84.99
Green Iguanas reach an adult size of 4-7ft. This is not a beginner pet, research recommended.
Porcus False Chameleon
Porcus False ChameleonChamaeolis porcusPrices from£599.99
These lizards are quite unusual in appearance and aren't really chameleons. They do have a large, bony casque at the rear of the skull and have limited independent eye movement like chameleons however they are actually part of the anole family.
Rainbow Whiptail Lizards
Rainbow Whiptail LizardsCnemidophorus lemniscatusPrices from£49.99
Rainbow Whiptail Lizards are a stunning species originating from Central and South America.
Ridge Tailed Monitor
Ridge Tailed MonitorVaranus acanthurusPrices from£199.99
The Ridge Tailed Monitor reaches an adult size of 70cm. They are found throughout the arid regions of Northern Australia.

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