All About Reptiles

Apr 24

reptiglo:

Boa constrictor by Jaime Culebras on Flickr.

reptiglo:

Boa constrictor by Jaime Culebras on Flickr.

Apr 23

(Source: pussynbeauty, via heckyeahreptiles)

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Apr 22

radivs:

'Beware!!!!!!' by Judylynn Malloch

radivs:

'Beware!!!!!!' by Judylynn Malloch

(via heckyeahreptiles)

Apr 20

(Source: awwww-cute, via heckyeahreptiles)

(Source: 12-gauge-rage, via superpredatorsexoticreptiles)

Apr 19

(Source: savannahlemur, via heckyeahreptiles)

Apr 17

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Apr 16

vkorone:

Alligator© Beth & Jeremy Jonkman

vkorone:

Alligator
© Beth & Jeremy Jonkman

(via heckyeahreptiles)

(Source: lurkerofthevoid, via heckyeahreptiles)

Apr 15

rhamphotheca:

TSA Turtle Tuesday:  Sulawesi Forest Turtle 
 Little is known about the critically endangered Sulawesi Forest Turtle (Leucocephalon yuwonoi). The species occurs in a very remote region of Indonesia, in the forest of North and Central Sulawesi. 
When spotted in the wild, they can be found along heavily wooded banks and in shallow clear streams. It is believed that their natural diet consists of various insects, leaves and fallen fruit. Because this species is so close to extinction in the wild, the TSA has made the management of a sustainable captive population a top priority. 
Read more about our work with this amazing species…
 (Turtle Survival Alliance) 
photograph credit: Sheena Koeth

rhamphotheca:

TSA Turtle Tuesday:  Sulawesi Forest Turtle

Little is known about the critically endangered Sulawesi Forest Turtle (Leucocephalon yuwonoi). The species occurs in a very remote region of Indonesia, in the forest of North and Central Sulawesi.

When spotted in the wild, they can be found along heavily wooded banks and in shallow clear streams. It is believed that their natural diet consists of various insects, leaves and fallen fruit. Because this species is so close to extinction in the wild, the TSA has made the management of a sustainable captive population a top priority.

Read more about our work with this amazing species…

(Turtle Survival Alliance)

photograph credit: Sheena Koeth

Apr 13

averymuether:

This is another info graphic I did advocating for snakes. When spring comes around snakes start to come out of hibernation and sometimes will end up in people’s backyards. Snakes around this time are killed left and right, whether it is completely harmless or venomous. I want to urge people to learn about snakes and also to leave snakes alone!

averymuether:

This is another info graphic I did advocating for snakes. When spring comes around snakes start to come out of hibernation and sometimes will end up in people’s backyards. Snakes around this time are killed left and right, whether it is completely harmless or venomous. I want to urge people to learn about snakes and also to leave snakes alone!

(via mouthofthesouf)

imbobfaggot:

The Horned lizard can squirt blood from its eyes. The blood contains a chemical that is noxious to dogs, wolves, and coyotes. METAL AS FUCK.

imbobfaggot:

The Horned lizard can squirt blood from its eyes. The blood contains a chemical that is noxious to dogs, wolves, and coyotes. METAL AS FUCK.

snake-lovers:

Javan spitting cobra (Naja sputatrix)

snake-lovers:

Javan spitting cobra (Naja sputatrix)

(Source: Flickr / markus_oulehla)

verycoolpics:

Cool spitting Cobra 

verycoolpics:

Cool spitting Cobra