Brown anole lizards, like the green anole lizards are regularly imported into the UK in large numbers every year. They are more robust than the green anoles but are generally hardier. Males reach approximately 18cm, females slightly smaller at about 14cm. These are quite a dark species, with an overall brown to black colouration with […]
Fat tail geckos are common in captivity, although are not bred as efficiently as the leopard gecko. They are slightly harder to breed and are slower growing than leopard geckos. They are however, wonderful lizards and make excellent pets. Housing For a single or pair of fat tail geckos, a vivarium 60cm Length x 30cm
Green anoles are the most commonly seen of the anole lizards in captivity. They are regularly exported from Florida and surrounding states. They are cheap to buy, but contradictory to popular belief are actually not ideal for a beginner. Green anole lizards are temperamental to their surroundings, and require the correct temperature and humidity to
Leopard Geckos are the most commonly bred lizards in captivity. They are small, 20-25cm and make an ideal pet. In the past decade, they have been reproduced in huge quantities and due to this, a large number of pattern and colour mutations have evolved. Housing For a single or pair of leopard geckos, a vivarium
Bearded Dragons are perhaps the most ideal beginners pet lizard. Whilst larger and more expensive to keep than Leopard Geckos; Bearded Dragon Care is relatively simple and they can make great beginner pets. Bearded Dragons are more active during the day and appear to be more at home with being held and interacting with people.