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Green Tree Python


Green Tree Python (Morelia viridis) Green tree pythons are definitely one of the reptile hobby’s rising stars. As their common name suggests, these snakes spend a great deal of time in trees. But they are not always green. They come in a wide array of colors found in both wild and captive-bred designer forms. Only one [...]

Green Tree Python2020-11-08T17:17:32+00:00

Common Boa


Common Name: Common Boa Scientific Name: Boa Constrictor Imperitor Distribution: Columbia, South America Size: 8 –12ft Natural Habitat: They are a rainforest species and have arboreal (tree dwelling) tendencies, but are equally at home in the water, although they prefer dry land. They can be identified by the pale brownish grey background colour with dark [...]

Common Boa2020-11-08T17:46:06+00:00

Carpet Python


Common Name: Irian Jaya Carpet Python Scientific Name: Morelia SpilotaVariegata Distribution: Merauke, Irian Jaya near Australia Size: 4 to 5 ½ ft. Natural Habitat: This species likes to live in the open eucalyptus woodland.  It is a slender elongate python and the head is very different form the neck. Behaviour: Babies have a tendency to [...]

Carpet Python2020-11-08T17:54:50+00:00

Brazilian Rainbow Boa


Common Name: Brazilian Rainbow Boa Scientific Name: Epicrates cenchria cenchria Origin: Brazilian Rainbow Boas are native to the central region of South America. Habitat: Brazilian Rainbow Boas are usually found in very humid tropical forests. They are ground dwelling, but can sometimes be found climbing on low branches. Description Brazilian Rainbow boas are so called because [...]

Brazilian Rainbow Boa2021-03-07T20:53:12+00:00

Banded Californian King Snake


Common Name: Banded King Snake Genus: Lampropeltis Origin: S.W. U.S.A & Baja Calif. Lifespan: They usually live from 15 to 20 years in captivity but have been known to live longer. Average Size: 2.5 - 3.5 feet in length Description:  The California Kingsnake originates in the desert and can live in many other places such as: [...]

Banded Californian King Snake2020-11-08T18:09:03+00:00

Albino Burmese


Burmese Python (Python molurus bivittatus) Burmese Pythons, because of their docile nature and undemanding requirements, are among the most suitable of the large snakes as captive animals. It's been more than 35 years since I got my first Burmese, and the species still remains my favorite. There's no denying the popularity of the Burmese python. [...]

Albino Burmese2020-11-08T18:19:17+00:00

Royal Python


For enquiries about our Royal Pythons, please call us on 01942 824 385 or fill out the contact form About Our Royal Pythons The royal python, or ball python is a small and docile python from Western Africa, including Togo, Senegal and Ghana. They are the smallest African species and often max out at around [...]

Royal Python2020-11-08T23:09:40+00:00

Emerald Tree Boa


The Emerald Tree Boa is a 6 or 7 foot long emerald green tree dwelling snake species from tropical South American rain forests  They are born either vivid yellow or brick red and gradually change to green as they mature, the green may or may not be interspersed with a white banding. The belly is yellow. These snakes [...]

Emerald Tree Boa2020-11-08T23:26:10+00:00

Corn Snake


Corn Snakes, or red rat snakes as they are otherwise known, are a small North American colubrid (constricting) snake of around four to six feet in length which is VERY hardy and is regularly available in a huge variety of colours and patterns (or morphs). They are a great first time snake due to their easy care [...]

Corn Snake2020-11-08T23:36:01+00:00

Amazon Tree Boa


About The Amazon Tree Boa's The Amazon Tree Boa is a small arboreal species of constrictor generally reaching around five feet in total size but in exceptional cases they have reached up to nine feet in length. Amazon Tree Boa's are extremely variable in colour ranging from grey through browns, reds, oranges and yellows. The [...]

Amazon Tree Boa2020-11-09T00:01:05+00:00
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