Green Anole

Enclosure: A 20 gallon aquarium with a screen top is recommended for the green anole. A bigger tank should be used if housing more than 4 anoles. Coconut husk soil mixed with moss is recommended as it helps retain humidy. Plenty of branches and plants should provided...
Uromastyx

Uromastyx

Enclosure: The Uromastyx can reach up to 18 inches so a set up of at least 5 feet by 2 feet will eventually be required. The substrate that is usually used would be washed playsand. Avoid thick or sharp sands when the Uromastyx is at a very young age, and set up their...
Red Eyed Tree Frog

Red Eyed Tree Frog

Enclosure: An all glass 20 gallon aquarium is suffecient for these tree frogs. A standard screen top is recommended so that proper ventalation will be achieved. Coconut husk “soil” mixed with moss is recommended because they will need a high humidity level. Provide...

Ball Python

Enclosures: Adault ball pythons will require an at least 30 gallon terrarium. Make sure that the top of the enclosure is secure as they can be escape artists. Aspen snake bedding would be the best substrate to use. They don’t need too much but a bowl big enough for...

Green Iguana

Enclosure: A twenty gallon tank will be acceptable for a baby iguana, but when they grow up they will need a custom enclosure about 12ft x 6ft x 6ft. Provide branches and other types of platforms as these creatures love to climb. They will grow to at least 6 feet so...
Guinea Pig

Guinea Pig

Enclosure: very much like a bunnies’ enclosure but not as big. Should be kept indoors. Temperatures should not exceed 80F degrees. Pine or newspaper bedding should be used. Water bottles and food bowls are required. Wooden chew sticks and salt licks must be offered....

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