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Bearded Dragon

Common Name: Bearded Dragon
Scientific Name: Pogona vitticeps
Range: Australia
Max Size: 16"-20"
Lifespan: 10-15 years
Heat: Basking Spot: 95F-110F, Cool End: 80F-85F (Day), 65F (Night)
Lighting: 10.0 UVB for 12-14 hours per day
Humidity:: N/A
Substrate: Newspaper, Paper Towel, Sand (not suggested for young dragons)
Diet: Omnivorous. Will eat most insect feeders, fruits and veggies and the occasional pinky mouse
Housing: Babies and Juveniles: 20gal, Adults: 40-55gal. Ensure your enclosure has a secure lid or entrance to prevent escapes.

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Leopard Gecko

Common Name: Leopard Gecko
Scientific Name: Eublepharis macularius
Range: Asia, India, Pakistan
Max Size: 7"-10"
Lifespan: 15-20 years
Heat: Basking Spot: 85F-90F, Cool End: 70F-75F
Lighting: Low wattage light can be put in for viewing (12 hours per day) but UVB is not necessary.
Humidity:: Humidity can be provided by adding a humid hide box
Substrate: Newspaper, Paper Towel, Sand (not suggested for young geckos)
Diet: Insectivorous. Will eat most feeder insects and the occasional pinky mouse as adults
Housing: 10-20 gal. Ensure your enclosure has a secure lid or entrance to prevent escapes.

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Ball Python

Common Name: Ball Python
Scientific Name: Python regius
Range: Africa
Max Size: 5'-6'
Lifespan: 15-20 years
Heat: Basking Spot: 87F-90F, Cool End: 77F-80F
Lighting: Low wattage light can be put in for viewing (12 hours per day) but UVB is not necessary.
Humidity:: 55%-60%
Substrate: Newspaper, Paper Towel, Cypress Mulch (or other mulches, NO CEDAR OR PINE), Aspen
Diet: Carnivorous: Live or F/T rats or mice
Housing: Should not exceed 1 1/2 times the length of your snake and should not be less than two thirds the length of your snake. Ensure your enclosure has a secure lid or entrance to prevent escapes.

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