CHINESE WATER DRAGON
Lifespan: 10-15 years
Chinese water dragons are native to southern China and southeastern Asia. They live in lowland and highland forests and are most commonly found along the banks of freshwater lakes, rivers, and streams. Chinese water dragons are social and live in groups consisting of one male and multiple females. They are active during the day and spend most of their time in the trees or plants.
WE HAVE 14 SPECIES
Lifespan: 10-25 years
The Ball python is a nonvenomous python species found in sub-Saharan Africa. This is the smallest of the African pythons. The name "ball python" refers to the animal's tendency to curl into a ball when stressed or frightened. Ball pythons are nocturnal and solitary creatures.
Lifespan: 8-20 years
Green iguanas are large beautiful looking lizards found in the Americas. Despite their name, Green iguanas can come in different colors and types. Green iguanas have a row of spines along their backs and along their tails, which helps to protect them from predators. They are very agile climbers!
Lifespan: 6-15 years
The Central bearded dragon is a species of lizard with a flattened body, entirely covered by specialized scales. These animals are native to Australia. They are not social animals, though sometimes they congregate into groups to feed and bask. Bearded Dragons are among most popular pet species in the United States.
Lifespan: 6-23 years
The Corn snake is a North American species of rat snake. They are docile in nature and are reluctant to bite! These snakes are usually orange or yellowish-brown in color with large, black-edged red blotches down their back. Corn snakes are found in the Southeastern United States ranging from New Jersey to the Florida Keys and as far west as Utah. These repitles prefer habitats such as overgrown fields, forest openings, trees, palmetto flatwoods, and abandoned or seldom-used buildings and farms.
Lifespan: 138 years
Box Turtles can be found across most of central North America from southern Canada to parts of Mexico. These turtles live in open woodlands, roadsides, marshy meadows, floodplains, scrub forests, and brushy grasslands. Being social creatures they may even hibernate together!
Lifespan: 12-21 years
The Milk snake is a nonvenomous species of kingsnake. These snakes have smooth and shiny scales and their typical color pattern is alternating bands of red-black-yellow or white-black-red. Milk snakes are often confused with the dangerous Coral snake. However, Milk snakes are absolutely harmless. Living mostly in rocky slopes, Milk snakes are found in southeastern Canada and most of the continental United States as well as in Central America and northern South America.
OTHER KINDS OF REPTILE FRIENDS YOU'LL MEET
Sand Boa • Tortoise• Blue Tongue Skink • Water Turtle