Snakes freak most people out. One slithering under your doorstep or worse loose in your house... ACK. Here are the methods to deal with the situation.
Black Racer Snakes are shiny, black, non-poisonous reptiles that eat mice, rats and other vermin. This page has many photographs and much information about this attractive and beneficial snake.
Diamond-back water snake is a non-venonmous reptile which is common in the rivers and water ways of the Southern U.S. Here you'll find photographs and information about this attractive large reptile.
Can you tell the difference between a rat snake, also called a chicken snake and a poisonous copperhead? Get details and images in this article.
Russian tortoises are one of the more popular small species of pet tortoises. They are fairly easy to keep, as long as you know proper husbandry and diet for the tortoise.
The right way to care for an Axolotl. Learn the proper habitat, food, water conditions, water temperature, and more. Axolotls are easy to take care of, once you learn how.
Looking for snakes in my backyard. And Finding Toads, Turtles and Salamanders too!
There are almost 5000 species of frog, living on all continents except Antarctica. There are frogs living in water, on trees, burrowing frogs and poisonous frogs. Many types can be kept as pets.
The King snake is the KING of snakes in most every domain or region in which they live, and what that means is that they EAT other snakes, and other things that we humans tend to find undesirable, especially high on the...
Successfully housing a Red Earred Slider in a low maintenance habitat that meets their needs requires not only some planning and some trial and error but also space.