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Water dragons are a dark green to light green colored lizard native to Asia and have a tail that can be used as a weapon, for balance and to assist with swimming. Water Dragons are also very easy to handle and keep tame. When full grown, they will require
Anole - Green (groups of 3)
The green anole is indigenous to the southern United States and has been popular in the pet trade since the 1950’s. They have been nicknamed the American chameleon although they are unrelated. Their color varies depending on their mood, temperature, hum
Anole - Brown (groups of 3)
The brown anole is indigenous to the southern United States and has been popular in the pet trade since the 1950's. They have been nicknamed the American chameleon although they are unrelated. Their color varies depending on their mood, temperature, hum
Curly Tail Lizard - Jewel
The Jewel Curly Tail Lizard is a colorful lizard which is native to Peru, the Caribbean, and Cuba.
Curly Tail Lizard - Ornate
Ornate curly tailed lizards are found throughout the Caribbean and the Dominion Republic Mainly ground occupants, the curly tailed lizard will also climb rocks and trees in search of food. The lizard's curled tail is used as a defense mechanism, although
Iguanas - Green
The green iguana or common iguana (Iguana iguana) is a large, arboreal, mostly herbivorous species of lizard of the genus Iguana native to Central, South America, and the Caribbean. Usually, this animal is simply called the iguana
Long Tailed Lizard (groups of 3)
Long-tailed lizards are dark greenish brown to brown with white stripes or black border running along the length of their bodies, though the coloration and stripe patterns can vary and have a light (sometimes creamy white) belly. They are beautifu
Desert Collard Lizard
This is a beautiful, medium-sized lizard reaching around 10 inches in total length. The two black collars around the neck give the lizard its name.
Desert Spiny Lizard
Like many desert lizards, desert spiny lizards adjust their internal temperature by changing color so they are darker during cool times, which allows them to absorb more heat from the sun, and become lighter during warm times so they reflect more solar ra
Iguanas - Red
The red iguana or common iguana (Iguana iguana) is a large, arboreal, mostly herbivorous species of lizard of the genus Iguana native to Central, South America, and the Caribbean. Usually, this animal is simply called the iguana
Eastern Collared Lizard
The Eastern Collared Lizard, or Common Collared Lizard, requires a large environment with UVB lighting and basking temps between 105-120 degrees. These lizards are known to be good jumpers and can run on their hind legs.
Uromastyx - Red Niger
This Beautiful Uromastyx is a species of lizard belonging to the family Agamidae. It is found in rocky, semi-arid habitats in North Africa, its range including parts of Algeria, Mali and Niger.
Iguana - Blue
The blue iguana is a large, arboreal, mostly herbivorous species of lizard of the genus Iguana native to Central, South America, and the Caribbean. Usually, this animal is simply called the iguana
These arboreal lizards do best in a tall environment for climbing. A basking spot of at least 115 degrees, higher humidity levels around 70 % and UVA/UVB lighting best mimic the tropical environment they originate from.
Skinks - Blue Tongue
The Blue Tongue Skink is commonly called blue-tongued lizards or simply blue-tongues in Australia. As suggested, a prominent characteristic is the large blue tongue that can be bared as a bluff-warning to potential enemies.
Argentine Black and White Tegus
The Argentine black and white Tegu, Tupinambis merianae, is the largest species of Tegu. It is also known as the Argentine giant Tegu.
Argentine Red Tegus
Red Tegus are large reptiles, with some species reaching a total length of around four feet, and a weight of approximately fifteen pounds. Tegus are omnivorous, foraging for a wide range of foods and come from South America.
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