Box Turtles

Meet Fonzie and Carolina, our box turtles. Shelled box turtles are turtles of the genus Terrapene native. Although box turtles are terrestrial members of the American pond turtle family, they are not members of the tortoise family. They are largely characterized by having a domed shell, which is hinged at the bottom, allowing the animal to close its shell tightly to escape predators.

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Blue Tongue Skink

Meet Azul the Blue Tongue Skink. Blue-tongued skinks comprise the Australasian genus Tiliqua, which contains some of the largest members of the skink family. They are commonly called blue-tongued lizards or simply blue-tongues in Australia.

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Bamboo Rat Snake

This friend is a rat snake species, commonly called the bamboo red snake, found in mid to upper-level elevations of forested hills in southeastern Asia, ranging from evergreen tropical to dry seasonal forests depending on the subspecies and locality.

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This is one of our two Uromastyx. Uromastyx lizards inhabit a discontinuous range stretching through most of North Africa, the Middle East and across south-central Asia to the Indian subcontinent.

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Red Tegu

Meet Big Red, our Red Tegu from South Africa.

Red Tegus are found in semi-tropical grasslands and semi-deserts in northern Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, and Bolivia. Tegus are omnivorous, foraging for a wide range of foods, including fruit, seeds, various arthropods, small vertebrates, carrion, and eggs.

Red Tegus are born a dull reddish brown, color that increases as the tegu matures. Males generally develop their adult coloration at 18 -24 months of age, and the typical adult female coloration is reddish brown ...

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Leopard Gecko

Carlos is one of our leopard geckos.

Leopard geckos are popular pet lizards. They are ground dwelling geckos found in the deserts of Asia and throughout Pakistan, to parts of northern India. We have many leopard geckos at Amazing Animal Ambassadors in all different colors and patterns. Pictured above is one of our geckos named Carlos.

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Children’s Python

Meet our Children’s Python.

These pythons get their name not because they are small and tend to have docile personalities, but in honor of John George Children, a 19th century zoological curator at the British Museum. Children’s Pythons are known for their smaller size compared to other python species. These pythons have a reputation for being manageable not only because of their smaller size, but because of their generally calm demeanor.

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Ball Pythons

Meet Brutus and Caesar, our Ball Pythons.

Ball Pythons originated and live in the dry grasses of the Savanna desert or along the forest edges. They are native to the Sudanese subprovince west of the Nile, in southern Sudan, the Bahrel Ghazal and Nuba Mountains Region, from Senegal to Sierra Leone in West Africa, and in the Ivory Coast and some parts of Central Africa. Ball Pythons can climb into trees, but they rarely do. In the wild, they tend to ...

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