The leopard gecko, scientific name Eublepharis macularius, is a nocturnal reptile commonly bred as pets. They are loved dearly because of their beautiful appearance, colorful design, and different patterns.
The bearded dragon is a wonderful pet that has captured the hearts of reptile enthusiasts around the world. Not only are they easy to take care of, but they also have really great temperaments and fun loving personalities. It’s no surprise they’re one of the most popular reptile pets today.
With their small size, docile temperament, and ease of care, ball pythons are among the easiest and funnest reptile species to keep in captivity. If you are a beginner with reptiles, they are a great first species that will provide you with years of enjoyment.
Panther chameleons (Furcifer pardalis) are a beautiful species with a multitude of color variants from different geographic locales within their range in Madagascar. They are medium to large chameleons that are available as captive-bred stock. These chameleons do best in temperate to warm climates and reproduce best when exposed regularly to unfiltered sunlight.
Spiny tailed Iguanas mostly originate from Mexico and Central America. There are many different types of these iguanas in the whole family and their size can range from a few inches to well over two or three feet in length! They are called spiny tail because of the unusually large scales on the tail.
Commonly referred to as spiny-tail agamas, the uromastyx is indigenous to North Africa, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Sudan and some parts of India. In recent years, a handful of breeders have been able to successfully breed some species.
Green iguanas are the most common of all the reptiles in the iguana family. They are the iguana that is most often sold as a pet. Usually when you see them in the pet store, they are less than a foot long, but in three years will grow to their adult size of four to seven feet long.
Veiled chameleons are such fascinating reptiles: eyes which move independently, tongues that shoot out far to catch their prey, and their capability to disguise themselves by changing colors or patterns. Although, they are beautiful and captivating, they are not the easiest of reptiles to keep in captivity.