Copperheads are venomous snakes belonging to the pit viper family. Here you will find photos and information about this colorful forest reptile.
Looking for snakes in my backyard. And Finding Toads, Turtles and Salamanders too!
Bearded Dragon, Pogona vitticeps. Used with permission. Copyright Michael R. Walden, 2009. Pinworms Bearded dragons have a number of parasites and commensals, one of the most common is pinworms or Oxyurids. These...
Dozens of hands-on frog themed activities for teaching children to read, write, and cypher. Hop on down to the frog pond. Watch tadpoles hatch and write about froglets. Sing frog songs. Play leapfrog!
A detailed explanation of how to feed a pet leopard gecko.
What is scale rot? Scientifically it is known as necrotic dermatitis. Snakes, such as ball pythons, and other reptiles like bearded dragons, can get exposed and infected to bacteria in warm and too moist environments....
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.
These are the world's most dangerous, deadly snakes for humans: Find out about the habits of each snake, where they live, and how to avoid them.
How can you tell an alligator from a crocodile? If you want to, that is! It's not very difficult. First, look at the shape of the snout and the visibility of the teeth when the jaws are shut.
Basic information about a widespread and venomous North American Pit Viper, and the author's own personal experiences with such snakes.