The Reptile Report - Take a look at this stunning carpet python from Cold-Hearted Exotics. They’re hoping to prove this deeply melanistic look to be genetic.
On the Web - Yes, there are such things as “poisonous” snakes. Check out this fascinating article about the Japanese tiger keelback (Rhabdophis tigrinis) and the unique way a mother snake ensures...
Facebook - A spectacular field herping shot of a Mangrove snake in the wilds of Borneo.
The Reptile Report - Check out this awesome reticulated python from Prehistoric Pets.
On the Web - The Kemp’s Ridley had been making a slow comeback over the past decade, but the 2001 and 2014 nesting seasons have numbers again in decline, possibly due in...
Facebook - Matt Lerer shows off a gorgeous GHI lesser ball python.
YouTube - The beautiful Crotalus durissus unicolor feeding on a mouse right after a shed.
Facebook - Mike Fedzen’s adorable albino hieroglyphic cooter looks like he knows just how special he is.
YouTube - Dan Mulleary of DM Exotics continues his travels in Thailand, exploring a rice farm in the Northeast where he participates in the harvest of a large wasp nest...
On the Web - OK, so they’re really mantids, not grasshoppers. But these two vibrant conehead mantises look like they’re about to fight – or dance!
The Reptile Report - Frank Leinz captures a gorgeous photo of a green tree python.
YouTube - LLL Reptile gives us one last look at some of the awesome animals that were on display at the NARBC in Tinley Park.
Facebook - This exotic Brahmin moth looks like something straight out of James and the Giant Peach or Nightmare before Christmas, both in its larval and adult forms.
On the Web - This is a helpful article discussing metabolic bone disease in reptiles and how it can be treated.
The Reptile Report - This handsome serpent is a granite carpet python from Adam Wootten.
YouTube - Breeder Mystic Crystal female along with some of her offspring and other combos pose for a sweet video showing off their colorations.
On the Web - World-renowned breeder, author and lecturer Michael Jacobi joins Herp Nation Radio to talk about all things tarantula related.
The Reptile Report - “Open wide” takes on a whole new meaning when dealing with large reticulated pythons like this beauty from Miguel Jiménez.
On the Web - If you gotta go, is there a better way to go out? Check out this cool story about turtle fossils found in a copulating position at the Messel...
Facebook - Check out the gorgeous mug of this perentie monitor, or Varanus giganteus, Australia’s largest monitor species.