BeardedDragon.org - Tips on getting a young beardie to eat his veggies
Aussie Pythons forum - A discussion about whether or not reptiles should be put through a burmation cycle in captivity if they would do so naturally in the wild.
Aussie Pythons forum - Possible RI in a Black Head Python. What to do?
Aussie Pythons forum - A photo collection of beautiful diamond pythons.
Aussie Pythons forum - Some awesome pictures of stunning albino olives hatching.
Aussie Pythons forum - A scaleless bearded dragon is hatched in Australia. The parents were not leatherbacks. What is it?
Aussie Pythons forum - A debate about whether or not tub/rack systems are appropriate enclosures for snakes.
Chameleon Forums - Some very good advice on why a cham might stop eating and how to get him started again.
Chameleon Forums - A new cham with early stages of metabolic bone disease gets a new chance at a healthy life.
Chameleon Forums - Good advice on how to hunt for an escaped chameleon.
Chameleon Forums - The “Common chameleon” isn’t very common at all. Also known as the Mediterranean chameleon.
Chameleon Forums - C. gracilis x C. calyptratus … An unintentional breeding led to viable eggs and beautiful little babies.
Chameleon Forums - A picture thread with beautiful photos of Melleri.
Arachnoboards - Help setting up a properly sized enclosure for an A. metallica with some good advice on moisture control.
Arachnoboards - A fascinating look at some tarantula eating behaviors.
Arachnoboards - A female A. geniculata seems to have started making an egg sac, but hasn’t laid eggs? Read for some good advice on caring for laying females.
Arachnoboards - A very informative discussion about setting up communal terrariums for I. maculatus and the dangers of too much moisture for young ones.
Arachnoboards - Cool pictures of an S. hardwickei sitting on eggs.
Arachnoboards - The pros and cons of buying multiple tarantula slings.
Facebook - These pics were taken a few days after the Pro Exotics Reptiles facility fire on September 26th, 2011. We lost all of our snakes, from day old babies...