Salmonellosis and Its Risk to Reptile Owners
Infections with Salmonella are one of the greatest health risks associated with the ownership of pet turtles and other reptiles. Good hygiene and sanitation can greately reduce the risk of transmission.
Mouth Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy of the oral cavity of reptiles including the palate, choanae, tongue, teeth, and glands associated with the mouth.
The inland bearded dragon lives in the arid woodlands and deserts of central Australia and is sometimes referred to as the central, or yellow-headed bearded dragon.
Cleaning Reptile Cages
Regular cleaning and disinfecting of your herp's cage and accessories is one of the keys to keeping your reptile healthy. Learn how often you should clean your cage, what disinfectant to use, and how to clean cage accessories.
Humidity: Monitoring and Control
Humidity monitoring and control are crucial in order to maintain a sufficient and stable living environment for your herp. There are multiple ways to add moisture to the environment.
An iguana's tail is usually 2-3 times the length of the body.
The Human-Animal Bond and Our Relationships with Pets
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