Facebook - This stunning blizzard western rattlesnake almost looks as if it’s made out of spun sugar or frosting.
Facebook - This beautiful portrait of a green iguana almost looks as if the animal is carved from opal.
On the Web - A great piece on the ranges of different African pythons, with mini profiles on each species.
Facebook - Covet, an Exotic Emporium shares some picked pics of a frilled lizard living up to its namesake.
The Reptile Report - Love the brilliant colors on this Ambilobe panther chameleon from Kammo Chameleons.
Facebook - Artificer Geckos shows off a stunning pair of Uroplatus fimbriatus. These two beautifully illustrate the color variation possible in the species.
Facebook - The gecko catch of this green pit viper is proudly displayed for the camera before consumption.
Facebook - A handsome ball python shows off its outstanding genetics in this cool picture by Ophiological Services.
On the Web - What a once in a lifetime shot! This terrapin looks doomed for sure, but actually managed to escape the hungry crocodile’s jaws.
Facebook - Crested gecko genetics can be incredibly unpredictable, but Tara Leigh’s Cresties clearly has this project producing very true to type.
On the Web - This fuzzy little mohawk moth looks like he could use a good brush and some hair gel!
YouTube - Prehistoric Pets is doing an awesome “make an offer” Black Friday sale from midnight to midnight (PST) on November 28. They’ll be listing the animals on their Facebook...
Facebook - This nice snapshot show off a variety of lavender ball pythons of all sizes at Brad Boa Reptiles.
On the Web - A University herpetology club put on a fun educational Herp Night to educate and provide hands one experience with a variety of awesome reptiles.
On the Web - An op-ed piece on a new fungal threats to amphibians. A new pathogen in amphibians is spreading in Europe and Asia, but has not yet been found in...
Facebook - This incredibly rare Jan’s Hognose (Xenodon histricus) protects itself by being a coral snake mimic. Very little is known about this animal in the wild, and it is...
On the Web - More than a decade of research has let a Stanford team create “sticky” gloves that can allow a human to climb a smooth vertical surface. They have long...
The Reptile Report - Check out these juvenile Timon pater lizards endemic to Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia.
Facebook - Misfit Petz shows off some tiny baby dune scorpions chowing down on mealworms nearly as big as they are!
On the Web - An article discussing the fate of serial turtle smuggler, Windsor resident Kai Xu.