Authored by Karen Stockman of The Chameleon Farm Free Ranging Chameleons As free ranges are usually larger than traditional cages, this makes them perfect for larger species. Recently I have seen many photos on various Facebook groups of chameleons “free ranging.” This is a bit of a misnomer as the chameleons are usually on the couch or […]
The Captive Mystery of Abronia species I first read of Abronia in The Completely Illustrated Atlas of Reptiles and Amphibians for the Terrarium. There’s a small black and white photo of Abronia taeniata. Its head pointed downward, tail entwined on a branch. The broad head shape reminded me of the Alligator lizards (Elgaria multicarinata) native […]
I have always respected those who worked or spoke passionately of crocodilians. It’s truly impossible to comprehend their fascination and admiration for such large predators until you experience them for yourself.