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Largest Pet Lizards

Largest Species of Lizards You Can Keep as Pets

The largest species of lizard is the Komodo dragon, which cannot be kept as a pet (for obvious reasons, like the fact that they can eat you), but fortunately, you can still welcome some rather large reptiles into your home. As a matter of fact, some of the world’s largest lizards actually make great pets. Many species of Monitor lizards around half the size of a Komodo dragon, as well… Read More »Largest Species of Lizards You Can Keep as Pets

Uromastyx Lizard Diet: fruits

What fruits can Uromastyx eat

Uromastyx can eat a small amount of fruit as part of their diet. Suitable options include strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Additionally, in moderation, fruits like cantaloupe, dates, figs, guava, kiwi, papaya, mango, and pineapple can be offered.

Iguana with cabbage

Can Iguanas Eat Cabbage?

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Iguanas can safely consume cabbage, but it is not particularly nutrient-rich and should not be a staple in their diet. Cabbage primarily consists of water and antioxidants, and while it contains some vitamins and fiber, it should only make up about 10-15% of an iguana’s total daily food intake.

Asian Water Monitor (Varanus Salvator)

Asian Water Monitor Care – Information, Enclosure, Diet & Health

The Asian Water Monitor (Varanus salvator), also known as the Water Monitor or Common Water Monitor, is a captivating reptile popularly kept as a pet. Renowned for its impressive size, intelligence, and unique characteristics, this species has become a sought-after choice for reptile enthusiasts. As one of the largest monitor lizards in the world, the Asian Water Monitor demands attention and respect with its commanding presence. In terms of habitat,… Read More »Asian Water Monitor Care – Information, Enclosure, Diet & Health

Nile Monitor (Varanus niloticus)

Nile Monitor Lizard Care – Information, Enclosure, Diet & Health

Caring for a Nile monitor as a pet requires a spacious enclosure that mimics their natural habitat, proper heating and lighting, and a varied diet consisting of meat, fish, and insects. However, it’s important to note that Nile monitors are considered some of the most aggressive and challenging species to tame, requiring experience and knowledge to handle properly.

American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)

American Alligator Care – Information, Enclosure, Diet & Health

Keeping American alligators as pets requires careful consideration. They are not suitable for the average person due to their specific care needs and size. Providing spacious enclosures resembling their natural habitat, specialized diet, and understanding their natural behaviors are crucial. I