Best lizard pets

The 6 Best Lizard Pets to Own

No matter if you are a skilled lizard owner or someone who wants to try their hand with these scaly friends, owning lizards can be a blast! With thousands of lizard species, each with their own personality, there is no wrong answer. But let’s take a look at the...
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Blue-tongue skink

How to Care for Your Blue-Tongue Skink

Halmahera skinks (Tiliqua gigas gigas Halmahera) are a species of blue-tongued skink that hail from the large island of Halmahera in the North Maluku province of Indonesia. Halmahera skinks are identifiable from other blue-tongue skinks by their reddish-gray coloring, thin, black marking on their heads and patterned black and...
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Different types of climate

The Different Types of Climate in the World

If you have ever had an exotic pet, say a bearded dragon or a hamster, you might have heard that it prefers a specific climate. For example, snakes typically prefer arid climates. What you may not know is there are over a dozen different types of climates scattered all...
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Venomous snake

How to Identify a Venomous Snake

Snakes, in general, are alarming to many people; venomous snakes are even scarier. However, did you know that venomous snakes are not that easy to find? Less than a third of the entire snake species is venomous, but it is still important to tell them apart. If you ever...
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difference between turtles and tortoises

Telling the Difference Between Turtles and Tortoises

How Do You Tell the Difference Between Turtles and Tortoises? It’s happened to everyone. Who hasn’t mixed up turtles and tortoises before? They look and act so alike. It’s easy to see how the two can be interchangeable – but the fact is, there are ways to tell the...
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Difference between amphibians and reptiles

The Difference Between Amphibians and Reptiles

Unless you are a herpetologist, or someone who studies reptiles and amphibians, trying to tell the difference between amphibians and reptiles can be tricky; the two are usually (incorrectly) interchangeable. In fact, reptiles and amphibians were once classified as the same due to their similarities, and they belong to...
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