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There are many different species of reptiles now kept as pets, some ideal for beginners and others that require more experience. Our aim is to provide detailed care sheets to assist you in making an informed choice.


African House Snake
African House SnakeLamprophis fuliginosusPrices from£45.00
The African House Snake reaches 40-70cm, maximum size of 1.2m. They are a shade of brown with a pair of pale lines on either side of the head.
Asian Sun Skink
Asian Sun SkinkMabuya maculariaPrices from£12.95
Asian Sun Skinks range from Pakistan and India to Indochina, Thailand and down to northern Peninsular Malaysia.
Berber Skink
Berber SkinkEumeces schneideriPrices from£24.95
The Berber Skink is a medium to large hardy species, they can live up to 20 years. They can be found in Egypt and reach an adult size of approx 400mm (16 inch).
Black Rat Snake
Black Rat SnakePantherophis obsoletusPrices from£99.95
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.
Bosc Monitor
Bosc MonitorVaranus exanthematicusPrices from£49.95
Bosc monitors are a great starter Monitor Lizard, if given the regular attention it needs it can become a very tame lizard.
Bronze Skink
Bronze SkinkEutropis maculariaPrices from£9.95
The Bronze Skink is a small species native to South and Southeast Asia. Males are easy to distinguish due to the orange colour on their throat and sides. Average size is 16cm snout to tip of the tail.
Common Boa Constrictor
Common Boa ConstrictorBoa constrictor imperatorPrices from£59.95
The Common Boa Constrictor can reach an adult length of 12ft but averages between 5-9ft. This species makes a great exotic pet, however a large enclosure is required when adult.
Crested Gecko
Crested GeckoCorrelophus cillatusPrices from£45.00
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.
European Eyed Lizard
European Eyed LizardTimon lepidusPrices from£69.95
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.
Frog Eyed Gecko
Frog Eyed GeckoTeratoscincus scincusPrices from£45.00
The Frog Eyed Gecko or Wonder Gecko as it is also referred to is a medium sized gecko that inhabits deserts of Central Asia.
Great Plains Ratsnake
Great Plains RatsnakePantherophis emoryiPrices from£45.00
The Great Plains Rat Snake grows to lengths of 90-120cm on average. Overall they are light grey or tan in color, with dark grey or brown blotching along the body. They have stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes.
Helmeted Iguana
Helmeted IguanaCorytophanes cristataPrices from£249.95
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.
Hog Island Boa
Hog Island BoaBoa constrictor imperatorPrices from£99.00
The Hog Island Boa is medium sized averaging 4-6 feet, females are slightly larger and bulkier compared to males. It is said, that these are extinct in the wild, therefore captive breeding is important for this species.
Horsfield Tortoise
Horsfield TortoiseTestudo horsfieldiPrices from£99.00
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.
Kenyan Sand Boa
Kenyan Sand BoaGongylophis colubrinusPrices from£99.00
Kenyan Sand Boas are found living within sandy areas of East Africa. Adults vary greatly in size depending on sex. Males are small measuring 15 to 18 inches, whereas females are large and stocky growing up to a size of 28 inches.
Lake Chapala Mexican Gartersnake
Lake Chapala Mexican GartersnakeThamnophis eques obscurusPrices from£45.00
The Lake Chapala Mexican Gartersnake is a very large and heavy snake that has a size record of 4ft in length. Found only in Lago de Chapala, Mexico along the waters egde within rocky boarders.
Leopard Gecko
Leopard GeckoEublepharis maculariusPrices from£35.00
Due to their ease of maintenance and affordable housing, we believe these geckos to be the best starter lizards for reptile enthusiasts.
Loggerhead Musk Turtle
Loggerhead Musk TurtleSternotherus minor minorPrices from£49.95
The Loggerhead Musk Turtle has been given this name due to their large head compared to other Musk species. They are still a small species reaching 3 to 5 inches and are lightly coloured with dark speckles on the shell.
Marginated Tortoise
Marginated TortoiseTestudo marginataPrices from£119.00
The Marginated Tortoise can only be found in parts of Greece and southern Albania, they have also been introduced in Sardinia and Tuscany, Italy.
Mediterranean Spur-Thighed Tortoise
Mediterranean Spur-Thighed TortoiseTestudo graeca iberaPrices from£119.00
The Spur-Thighed tortoise or Greek Tortoise as it also known by, is one of five species of Mediterranean tortoise. It is commonly confused with the Hermans tortoise but there are distinct differences.
Moorish Gecko
Moorish GeckoTarentola mauritanicaPrices from£25.00
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£225.00
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.
Paraguayan Rainbow Boa
Paraguayan Rainbow BoaEpicrates cenchria crassus Prices from£79.95
With its iridescent shine, the Paraguayan Rainbow Boa is an attractive snake that reaches 5ft. They retain some of their juvenile patterning over a chocolate brown body.
Razorback Musk Turtle
Razorback Musk TurtleSternotherus carinatusPrices from£44.95
Razorback Musk Turtles are almost entirely aquatic found in dense plants and slow moving waters. They have a distinctive sharp keel down the center of their shell, giving them their common name.
Rough Scaled Sand Boa
Rough Scaled Sand BoaEryx conicusPrices from£120.00
As the name suggests, Rough Scaled Sand Boa have hard bumpy scales and live within sandy areas of India and Pakistan. Adult reach a size of between 24 to 36 inches, females being larger.
Siamese Leaf-Toed Gecko
Siamese Leaf-Toed GeckoDixonius siamensisPrices from£25.00
The Siamese Leaf-Toed Gecko is a small Thailand species reaching a total length of 12cm. They are a nocturnal species, hiding away during the heat of the day under bark and in holes.
Solomon Islands Tree Boa
Solomon Islands Tree BoaCandoia bibroniPrices from£195.00
Solomon Islands Tree Boas are for experienced keepers. Adults range between 3-5ft, however, some females can reach 6.5ft.
Tiger Gecko
Tiger GeckoPachydactylus tigrinusPrices from£45.00
The Tiger Gecko inhabits dry savanna and tropical areas of Botswana, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. It is a small species reaching 6 to 9cm total length.
Wahlbergs Velvet Gecko
Wahlbergs Velvet GeckoHomopholis wahlbergiiPrices from£45.00
The Wahlbergs Velvet Gecko is named due to the texture of the skin, this has a look and feel of velvet. They are a large species averaging at 14 to 18cm head to tail.

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