Tiger Salamander

This is Tigger the Tiger Salamander. Tiger salamanders are common in many parts of the United States and are one of the largest salamanders, growing up to a foot in length.

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Albino Honduran Milk Snake

Meet Albi, our Albino Honduran Milk Snake.

This milk snake species is found in low to mid-elevation rainforest leaf litter in Honduras, Nicaragua, and portions of northeast Costa Rica. This species is harmless and non-venomous. It leads a solitary life, and is rarely seen in the open during the day. It is often seen crossing roads at night. They are nocturnal (active at night) in summer and diurnal (active in the daytime) in spring and fall.

They are tri-colored with bold rings ...

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Common Boa Constrictor

Meet Kaa, our common boa constrictor.

Boa constrictors are pinkish or tan in color, with dark crossbands. Typically, they range in lengths from 20 inches as neonates to 13 feet as adults. Larger members of the Boidae family have heat-sensitive pits on its head, but this snake has more simple heat-sensitive scales. These snakes are solitary and nocturnal.

Boa constrictors are found from northern Mexico to Argentina. They thrive in the most varied habitats. It shows, however, the least inclination toward water. ...

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Red-Eared Sliders

Meet our Red-Eared Sliders.

Red-eared Sliders are brightly marked, and look similar to the painted turtle. The carapace (top shell) of this species is higher domed than that of the Western Painted Turtle and is weakly keeled. We adopted both of our Red-eared Sliders since they are now illegal to sell in the state of MA.

Red-eared Sliders are one of the most common turtles in the Puget Sound area. They can be found basking in the sun around Lake Washington and ...

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African Clawed Frogs

We have 2 African clawed frogs named Clyde and Seymour.

African clawed frog is a species of frog that is found in eastern and southern parts of Africa. This frog can survive in various habitats: from stagnant water to the fast flowing streams. During the summer, African clawed frogs are mainly located in warm rivers. They will move into the flooded forests during the rainy season. African clawed frogs are not listed as endangered species, but they are very sensitive to ...

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