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Live Reptiles

Come in store and check out the reptiles we have in stock now 

Jungle Jag Python

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  • Adults can grow up to 6-8 feet and females can grow up to 8+ feet in length

  • In the right environment and with proper handling, they can live between 15 and 20 years

  • Ensure that your enclosure contains a basking light / Adequate heating, a wood substrate, branches, and a water dish of an appropriate size.

  • A typical diet for these animals consists of thawed frozen rats and mice, as well as quail

  • The color of these snakes continues to brighten with each shed, keeping you on your toes in anticipation of just how bright they will become as they mature.

  • A female can lay between 11 and 25 eggs at a time

Class 1 Reptile License Required 

Stimson Pythons 

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  • Adults can grow 3-4 feet in length

  • A typical diet for these snakes consists of thawed frozen rats and mice, as well as quail 

  • As they grow so should the enclosure size, with a 2-3 foot enclosure suitable for an adult Stimson python. You can be as creative as you like just keep everything practical, non-toxic, and select an enclosure that will allow for a thick layer of substrate

Class 1 Reptile License Required 

Albino Darwin Pythons 

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  • Adults can grow up to 55 cm in length and with proper care they can live up to 20 years in captivity. 

  • Their diet consists of crickets, mealworms and cockroaches.

  • They love lots of vertical branches and vines to climb as well as the addition of foliage for coverage.

  • A Boyd's body temperature adjusts according to their surroundings, or in other words they don't really thermoregulate by basking, but merely adapt to the ambient temperature. Due to this, they cannot endure prolonged periods of high temperatures of 35C or higher. Additionally, they require constantly high humidity in their environment, so the enclosure needs to be sprayed regularly, possibly twice a day in summer.

Class 2 Reptile License Required 

Boyd's Forrest Dragons 

  • Adults can grow up to 55 cm in length and with proper care they can live up to 20 years in captivity. 

  • Their diet consists of crickets, mealworms and cockroaches.

  • They love lots of vertical branches and vines to climb as well as the addition of foliage for coverage.

  • A Boyd's body temperature adjusts according to their surroundings, or in other words they don't really thermoregulate by basking, but merely adapt to the ambient temperature. Due to this, they cannot endure prolonged periods of high temperatures of 35C or higher. Additionally, they require constantly high humidity in their environment, so the enclosure needs to be sprayed regularly, possibly twice a day in summer.

Class 2 Reptile License Required 

Flinders Range Scorpions 

Urodracus Elongate

  • Adults males can grow up to 120mm and females up to 100mm in length and can live up to 8 - 12 years 

  • Their main diet consists of crickets.

  • Flinders range scorpions burrow under logs/ rocks. They need a well ventilated enclosure

  • They live in open sandy areas and are very territorial and need to be kept alone.

  • Scorpions have the ability to fluoresce in the dark when exposed to ultraviolet light. 

Class 1 Reptile License Required 

Rainforest Scorpions 

Liocheles Waigiensis 

  • Adults males can grow up to 60mm in length and can live up to 5-10 years 

  • Their main diet consists of crickets.

  • Substrate the enclosure with coco-peat or similar to a depth of around 3cm and keep moist. Give your scorpion a shelter with a flat rock or bark and should be kept alone 

  • Rainforest scorpions like to be kept in a  warm and humid humid environment. 

  • Scorpions have the ability to fluoresce in the dark when exposed to ultraviolet light. 

Class 1 Reptile License Required 

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