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  • Other Reptiles

    Di Pubblicato il 04-07-2013 10:25
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    To achieve a good chameleon cage, it must be done in vertical (being a chameleon an arboreal lizard) and, most importantly, it must be in net made.
    The net allows C02 not to stagnate and there is a good supply of fresh air, something that the animal has a particular need. ...
    Di Pubblicato il 03-07-2013 17:23
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    2. Camaleonti
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    Origin and distribution area
    We have two subspecies of calyptratus: the calyptratus calyptratus and calyptratus calcarifer. The Chamaeleo calyptratus calyptratus is native of Yemen, the Chamaeleo calyptratus calcarifer is from Saudi Arabia.
    Di Pubblicato il 12-06-2013 15:13
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    The Iguana iguana and Iguana iguana rinolopha are lizards among the best known and most commonly sold in Italy and in Europe. Apart from the three horns on the snout (tubercles) of rinolopha, there are obvious differences, Iguana iguana iguana is South American while Iguana iguana rinolopha is Central American. Nowadays, in Italy, both subspecies are easily foundable. ...
    Di Pubblicato il 12-06-2013 10:19
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    The leopard gecko is a small gecko that lives in rocky and semi-desert areas, ranging from south-central Asia to Iraq, northwest India, through Afghanistan and Pakistan.
    "Eublepharis" means "with eyelids", while "macularius" indicates that it has a spotted livery. It is active in twilight and night hours.
    He lives from 10 to 15 years in captivity.

    Di Pubblicato il 12-06-2013 09:02
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    The Striped Head Bearded Dragon, Pogona vitticeps, belongs to the agamids, the family of lizards which includes about three hundred species, divided in two subfamilies (agamini - which also includes bearded dragons - and leiolepini to which belong the uromastyx) and fifty-two genera distributed almost exclusively in the old world, especially in tropical and subtropical regions.