1. cloudiiedays:


    Colombian Rainbow Boa (Epicrates cenchria maurus)

    The heterochromia of the eyes is so cool!

    Makes you wonder if the snake can dialate its pupils independently of eachother due to the difference in color.

    (Source: therainbowboa.co.uk)

  3. teleos:

    Aki on Flickr.

    (via snoots-and-boops)

  4. reptilefacts:

    Horned Vipers (Vipera ammodytes) are a venomous viper species found in southern Europe through to the Balkans and parts of the Middle East. It is reputed to be the most dangerous of the European vipers due to its large size, long fangs and high venom toxicity.

    Photo (C) Guido Mocafico

    (via snoots-and-boops)

  6. zoucha:

    day-old baby rubber boa we named mimizu

    (via snoots-and-boops)

  7. deadshitandme:

    Adopted this baby tonight.

    (via snoots-and-boops)

  8. serpentineallthetime:

    T+  Caramel Jungle Sunglow Boa Constrictor.

    Produced by Markus Jayne Ball Pythons.

  9. teleos:

    Unless you want to help me clean your buddy’s cage, get out of it, mister.

    (via little-miss-poisonous)

  10. hearts-of-fire:



    ​there’s nothing cuter than a happy maxwell.

    Hi! That colorful sand is highly toxic to your gecko’s health and feeding them on it is only adding to the problem.

    It can lead to respiratory infections, impaction (ingested sand which turns to rock in their stomach and will not pass naturally), eye problems, and other irritations your gecko doesn’t need to be suffering through. 

    I recommend reptile carpet, paper towels, or cut stone tile as the 3 best substrate options. Paper towels I find are the easiest to clean, but all of the above are perfectly safe alternatives.  

    Just a word from a concerned Gecko lover~!

    Agreed to the above! For more info I invite you to read this post

    Ugh I wish people would take advice :(

  11. dakonic:


    two snakes

    <3 Caution is getting so big!

  12. Baby Satan is so lovely. :)
    And I don’t know if I mentioned it but he is het for Matrix and T+ Albino! I’m thrilled.

  13. thegreatnasby:

    Just chilling with ball pythons #alofthotel (at Aloft Jacksonville Tapestry Park)

  14. fishandfelines:


    (via mirateski)

  15. rhamphotheca:

    TSA Turtle Tuesday: Eastern Short-necked Turtle

    The Eastern Short-necked Turtle (Emydura macquarii) is a widespread species found throughout Eastern Australia. They are a type of side-necked turtle, meaning their head is withdrawn under their top shell and pulled to the side rather than straight in like most turtles. These omnivorous chelonians are opportunistic feeders, eating whatever comes their way including plants, insects, frogs, molluscs and even carrion.

    (via: Turtle Survival Alliance)