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On the morning of August 27th, zookeepers found that "Fluffy" had died during the night, and preliminary findings of a necropsy by Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine revealed the presence of a mass on her ovary. Fluffy was...

On January 22nd, 2010, Lima, the Zoo's female Komodo dragon, laid 23 eggs. Twenty-two of the 23 eggs hatched. Less than 10 zoos in North America have been able to breed Komodos; this marks the L.A. Zoo's first success at...

Biggers & Callaham LLC, who operate Mice Direct, is recalling frozen reptile feed (mice, rats, chicks), because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall is based upon sampling by the FDA of frozen mice. Salmonella can...

While tortoises are not widely known for dramatic episodes in their life, "Charlie" the tortoise of Ramona, California, gave his owner Brandie Keaveny quite a shock when she came home from work one day. "I came home from work and...

Florida has become the latest state to toughen it's stance on the possession and importation of non-native wildlife, with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission proposing to update and clarify requirements for the issuance of permits, and change the...

S.B. 368 is designed to make buyers of iguanas more aware of the commitment required to keep these pets. Wholesale or retail sellers of iguanas will be required to provide certain information to prospective buyers in writing, and will be...

Most Popular reptile Care Articles
Do you think you might want to try your hand at keeping a pet reptile? There are several things to take into consideration before you bring your new scaly friend home! First consideration: Size How much room do you have...
Labs often use feed with hormones or other chemicals to aid in their studies. A reliable company will feed high quality rodent feed. The healthier your feeder rodents are, the healthier your snake will be. For insect eaters, you will...