December 12, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

11 Types Of Bearded Dragon Morphs, Colors, & Patterns Explained!

I’m very much a dog person and have owned one my whole life, but I’m also a staunch reptile lover, which seems to shock many people. But when you take a look at these gorgeous creatures, it’s really hard not to be drawn to them.  The bearded dragon is one of my favorite types of […]

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December 11, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Coral Snake Vs Milk Snake: Key Differences Explained

At first glance, coral snakes and milk snakes can easily be confused due to their similar size, head shape, and often matching color patterns. However, distinguishing between them is crucial, as it could be a matter of life and death. One of these snakes carries a potent venom, while the other is harmless. However, if […]

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February 24, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Are Skinks Poisonous? Separating Fact from Fiction on Their Poisonous Nature!

With often brightly colored, sleek bodies and a similar looking appearance to that of a snake, although technically a lizard, this is the skink. Found in backyards and the wild throughout most parts of the world, skinks are a great addition to any environment with their lightning-fast reflexes to help keep insect populations in check. […]

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February 21, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Get Familiar With The SSSSensational, SSSlithering Snakes!

With their long bodies, unnerving stare, and reputation for striking and biting, snakes have long been seen as harbingers of death with their deadly venom. Yet interestingly enough, very few snake species are aggressive, and as such most will go out of their way to avoid humans. In fact, only one in five of the […]

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February 4, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Alligator – All You Need to Know About This Massive Creature

Yes, we know that these creatures can be pretty scary, and nobody wants to turn a corner to see one lying there! However, they are actually fascinating creatures despite their beady eyes! Now, alligators are often confused with crocodiles but remember, there are a few subtle differences, but more about those later on. So, let’s […]

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February 3, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Iguana – Can They Be Kept As Pets?

Overview At first sight, iguanas look like they have crawled straight out of a prehistoric era. With their spiny backs, scaly bodies, and long whipping tails, these amazing creatures almost resemble a little dinosaur! But have no fear, iguanas aren’t dangerous meat-eaters. Instead, they’re pretty chilled-out vegetarians that love to relax in the sunshine. Unfortunately, […]

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January 28, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Crocodile – Size, Diet, History, Appearance & Much More!

Crocodiles or Crocodylus acutus are most commonly found in Africa, Central America, North America, Asia, Oceania, and South America. They are easily recognizable with their massive jaws, rows of razor-sharp teeth, and webbed feet. Most people have seen them whether that be in a zoo or actually in person. They look like something from the […]

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January 24, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Anaconda Snake – All You Need to Know about These Amazing Reptiles

Anaconda snakes are some of the most beautiful creatures in the world and have become a household name thanks to movies such as “Anaconda.” While you might have seen the movie or heard stories about anacondas, did you know there are more than one species or where they live? Well, I am going to tell […]

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January 20, 2023 A-Z Animals Reptiles 

Gecko – Habitat, Behavior, Types, and Much More!

Introduction Although geckos exist on every continent except for Antarctica, people associate geckos with holidays in the tropics. The Gekko gecko is a unique lizard with a kaleidoscope of colors and patterns.  They live in forests, deserts, mountainous areas, and people’s homes. Geckos are survivors with the uncanny ability to shed their tails in times […]

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