Frequent Visitors

Here at The Reptile Zoo we adore the familiar faces that enjoy weekly visits to see, hold, and learn about our awesome animals.  Today I saw little 4-year-old Jaclyn...who just LOVES to hold our sweet ball pythons and leopard geckos.  Her dad says she is even getting a Red-tail Boa for her 5th birthday!  I think that's awesome to be a herper that early.  She's so brave and very gentle with all the animals.    :)

Thanks Jaclyn!  Hope to see you again soon!






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Morph of the Month!

Time for a new section we like to call "Morph of the Month"...where we show you a different reticulated python morph every four weeks.  Today, Tim and Garrett showed me the Purple Tiger Goldenchild.  It is the FIRST one of its kind that we have created here at Prehistoric Pets.  He has deep orange sides, a purple-blue stripe down his back, and bright silver eyes...the ultimate albino.  What is really cool about him is that he can be bred to any albino female retic and 25% of the clutch will always be Purple Tiger Goldenchilds.  He's awesome!

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Lynda Rules!

Hey Guys!

If you have ever been down to The Reptile Zoo, I'm sure you have seen and met most of the workers and managers and owners that have been here forever and helped you with your purchases, but there is one person that you may or may not have had the pleasure of meeting that seriously and in all honestly works harder than anyone else here and is single handedly responsible for the taking care of most our hurt and abandoned reptile friends.  Ladies and Gentle, I would like to introduce you to Lynda.

Lynda has been taking care of animals forever, she volunteers almost every minute of her life to the survival and well being of animals of all kinds.  She loves the tortoises, the beardies, the iguanas.  She goes to the shelters regularly to pick up any cute animals that are lonely or hurt and in need of assistance.  She uses her own money, knowledge, time and connections to save and rehabilitate almost everything she touches and I have no idea what we would do with out her.

She has a bearded dragon named Crazy Legs that has MBD and she actually made him a mobility aid out of an empty paper towel roll so that he can get the hang of making his little arm and legs work again.  Lynda is like Macgyver when it comes to making rehabilitation tools for animals that have been abandoned or not taken care of.  She is a miracle worker.  She has an ornate nile monitor named Cinderella that she has completely transformed into a beautiful princess!

Lynda know almost everything about reptiles, she serves as a guide, correspondant, and adoption assistant to several clubs that help to relocate and house tortoises, turtles and iguanas.

I think we, all of us at The Reptile Zoo are constantly in awe of Lynda and all she does, and we when grow up we wanna be just like her! 

Saving the world, one cold-blooded friend at a time!

We love you Lynda!  Thank you for all you do!


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Jack and the Spider!

Here's another one of our awesome videos from The Reptile Zoo!  Come by sometime so you can star in your own!


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Kids on Snakes

Hey guys! We are starting to make some videos of just kids and the things they think about and what they have to say about snakes! Make sure you bring you kiddies by to make their own video soon! We love it when everyone is a part of all we are doing to increase awareness about all of our beautiful reptilian friends! much love xo..............Savannah


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Check us out!

Hey everybody!

If you haven't already, be sure to check out our Facebook pages for daily updates on everything fun and interesting going on here at Prehistoric Pets. We are more frequently adding blogs, pics, videos, and info so there is something new everyday!

Pic of the day:

Beauty and the Beast....Beauty, shown here, in a lovely bright yellow. :)

Come visit us at The Reptile Zoo and your awesome animal artwork could be put up on the wall for everyone to see! Here are a couple that were done today:

Thank you Joshua and Nathan! Great Job!!
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Bumblebee is Godzilla

Hey guys!

Our very (my very) favorite sulfur monitor Bumblebee stars in his very own, 1st time ever, amazing video here at The Reptile Zoo!  He worked so very hard to hone his acting skills and he finally made to the big time!  Enjoy and please please let me know what you think!

much love




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Beaded Lizards and Croc Monitors!

Hey Guys!

If you haven't been by to check out The Reptile Zoo lately you have to get here now!  We have a beaded lizard and a croc monitor!  They are sooooooooooooooooooo cool!  I'm not even going to post pictures yet!  Mostly because Jay won't let me play with them (yet) but also because I pictures might not even do them justice they are so amazing!  Get here!  This weekend!  You gotta see these guys!  I promise it will be worth it!

Get on down to The Reptile Zoo!  Now!

Much love


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Snake Robots!

Hey Guys!

Remember the other day when I was telling you guys about the people from the California Academy of Science coming by?  (see Boa Babies Blog)  Well, I think I just discovered something amazing!  Snake Robots!  It seems that there is a lot of research ongoing right now about how to make a robot that moves like a snake so as to be helpful in disasters and the like!  Snakes can get into places that humans usually cannot! (don't we all know that :) and it is about time the scientific community realized the amazing contributions that the study of our scaley legless friends can bring to the table!  Here's a lil bit of video!  Think of all the amazing things we could with this!  Snakes saving lives!!!  Yeeehaaa!  Then maybe the general population will have a little more respect for them!



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much love xo................Savannah
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It's too quiet......

Hi guys,

It's a quiet Wednesday here at The Reptile Zoo, so please come visit!   We have had a few regulars, like my new friend Jake (pics at bottom)...and my "photo of the day" is an adorable black-throat monitor taking a bath in her water bowl.  So that's what you are missing today.  Come out to see us, and give your favorite animal some love! 



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