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Clawed Frogs and Tree Frogs
Clawed Frogs and Tree Frogs
Frogs are very popular pets and of all the varieties available, Tree Frogs and Clawed Frogs are two of the most familiar – and easiest to keep....
How to Keep Poison Arrow Frogs
How to Keep Poison Arrow Frogs
Although they’re not the easiest of animals to keep, with their bright colours and bold markings, Poison Arrow Frogs can make striking terrarium pets if cared for…...
Keeping Axolotls
Keeping Axolotls
Although axolotls are endangered in the wild, they have been successfully bred in captivity for more than 200 years; these unusual and undemanding salamanders are…...
Keeping Caecilians
Keeping Caecilians
One of the world’s least known animals, caecilians are not the easiest of pets to keep, but these unusual amphibians have an appeal for the experienced keeper....
Keeping Fire Salamanders and Tiger Salamander
Keeping Fire Salamanders and Tiger Salamander
Strikingly marked and easy to keep, both of these naturally inquisitive and remarkably long-lived amphibians make good and rewarding exotic pets....
Keeping Marine Toads and Green Toads
Keeping Marine Toads and Green Toads
Marine Toads and Green Toads make interesting and surprisingly intelligent pets; very similar and undemanding in their needs, both kinds of toads do well in captivity....
The Fire-Bellied Toad & Horned Toad
The Fire-Bellied Toad & Horned Toad
Fire-Bellied Toads and Horned Toads make fascinating vivarium pets; attractive and relatively easy to care for, both of these kinds of amphibian do well in captivity....
The Japanese Fire-Bellied Newt & Sharp Ribbed Newt
The Japanese Fire-Bellied Newt & Sharp Ribbed Newt
The Japanese Fire-Bellied Newt and the Sharp Ribbed Newt are two of the best known exotic amphibians and amongst the easiest to maintain; both make fascinating…...
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