All About Reptiles

Sep 09

snake-lovers:

Extreme Red Albino Anaconda Hognose

snake-lovers:

Extreme Red Albino Anaconda Hognose

(Source: facebook.com, via reptiglo)

eradicatedelicacy:

Shakira, Shakira.

eradicatedelicacy:

Shakira, Shakira.

(Source: funnywildlife, via jjjddd)

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Sep 07

fattyfatpythonsforever:

Henry McKool

fattyfatpythonsforever:

Henry McKool

(via superpredatorsexoticreptiles)

Sep 04

[video]

Sep 02

supremegecko:

"Are you food?"
 #geckos #gecko #daygecko #phelsuma #geckosofinstagram #reptilesofinstagram

supremegecko:

"Are you food?"


#geckos #gecko #daygecko #phelsuma #geckosofinstagram #reptilesofinstagram

(via heckyeahreptiles)

earthandanimals:

Baby Terra the Diamondback Terrapin

earthandanimals:

Baby Terra the Diamondback Terrapin

(via heckyeahreptiles)

Sep 01

giraffeinatree:

Cottonmouth
Photo By Kristian Bell
 

giraffeinatree:

Cottonmouth

Photo By Kristian Bell

 

(via kingssnake)

suupersnek:

kingssnake:

Now the narrator is talking about coral snake venom as this is showing. I am 300% sure that is not a coral snake.

What the fuuuuck

suupersnek:

kingssnake:

Now the narrator is talking about coral snake venom as this is showing. I am 300% sure that is not a coral snake.

What the fuuuuck

(via superpredatorsexoticreptiles)

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Aug 31

frekkles:

Hognose twins by Bryan Box

frekkles:

Hognose twins by Bryan Box

(via scales-and-fangs)

Aug 29

libutron:

Aesculapian Snake (Aesculapian Ratsnake)
Zamenis longissimus (Colubridae) is better known with the common name of Aesculapian Snake, which refers to the classical god of healing (the Greek Asclepius and Roman Aesculapius), because this snake was encouraged around temples dedicated to him. 
References: [1]
Photo credit: ©Vittorio Ricci | Locality: Italy

libutron:

Aesculapian Snake (Aesculapian Ratsnake)

Zamenis longissimus (Colubridae) is better known with the common name of Aesculapian Snake, which refers to the classical god of healing (the Greek Asclepius and Roman Aesculapius), because this snake was encouraged around temples dedicated to him. 

References: [1]

Photo credit: ©Vittorio Ricci | Locality: Italy

(via reptilefacts)

(Source: dope-gif)

Aug 28

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(Source: reformisttae, via heckyeahreptiles)