Whats for sale today?

This is is our Collared Lizard in action! They are for sale now in store for $79.99, and just in time for the holidays. They make great pets, and they're cute!


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Anyone at your home that likes reptilian decor?  Look what we have--a "genuine" dinosaur head.  Do you know of anybody that likes this?  We have it in two sizes.  What a surprise this would be!

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The Beautiful Tortise

TA DAA! Introducing the beautiful, docile Redfoot Tortise. She is friendly and is a vegetarian. Her spots seem to increase in beauty with age. (What is her secret?) When you come in, be sure and ask about this wonderful tortise---SO BEAUTIFUL!

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Hi everybody! It's Sue at the Reptile Zoo. Do you like these snakes? These are corn snakes we hatched here at the zoo a few months ago. I think they are so pretty, docile, and they almost never bite. Don't be fooled by the picture, because he was just waking up from his nap and having a nice yawn. Now that everyone is awake, come in and visit. =)

Have a nice day! <3 Sue
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Fire...fighters At The Reptile Zoo


Hola Herpers!   The summer months are definitely heating up here at the Reptile Zoo with kids off of school, visitors on vacations and more and more new animal arrivals!  Our team is hard at work to better our Zoo and store for your education, experience and enjoyment!  With so many volunteers out at the OC Fair promoting our Reptile Zoo/Jurassic Parties booth, we are hard at work here at the home base awaiting the rest of summer’s surprises, hosting parties and giving animals to new loving homes!  Here are a few snap shots from today.




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Asia meets Asia

Good Afternoon Herpers! As you all know, we have tons of species and subspecies throughout our Zoo and store that come from just about every corner of the earth! Today was a special "reunion of cultures" in the Zoo; some visitors from Korea (East Asia) got to experience a hands on 'meet and greet' with one of our Burmese Pythons, Marvin. Burmese Pythons naturally are found in Southeastern/ Southern Asia and can grow up to 23 feet in length and weigh up to 200lbs!!! Here at The Reptile Zoo, we have cage beyond cage of Burmese Pythons, Retics, Boas and our new Rattlesnake exhibit upon many more awesome animals to visit! Come in for some summer fun and say hi to Marvin and all his friends! ^O^.....Priscilla Thalia wrangles up the big Burm as our Korean visitors snap a memorable shot!
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OC Fair!

Calling all those in the Southern California area! If you're going to be here from tomorrow til August 14th, then you have to check us out at the OC Fair in Costa Mesa, CA! We'll be having a photo booth set up (just like the one at The Reptile Zoo) for you to do some hands-on fun with some of our reptiles. In addition to this cool opportunity if you go tomorrow between noon and 1pm, you'll get free admission and free parking! We'll have a tortoise pen and around 40 animals there for you to see and learn about. We'll be right next to the Kid Zone and all the kid's rides, so be sure to stop by, take a picture with a Burmese python, and get the chance to show your family and friends some awesome animals :).

And just to give you a taste of what you'll get to check out tomorrow, here's a videos from last year's fair.

Hope to see you all there!


- Shannon

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Pic of the day Tie!

Hey there Herpers!

As usual, the Zoo is boomin' with guests from around the world visiting the creatures of others homelands.  Today was especially busy for our beautiful White-Sided Ratsnake which was recently added to our Zoo pet list.  Reaching over 5 feet long, this brilliant beauty was arm, neck AND eye candy for all who stopped by.  Here are the top shots from todays early bird visitors.



Shane bravely handles our White-Sided Ratsnake while his brother Nicholas gives Stickers a ride on his hat!

Michael wrangles one of our Ball Pythons as Mikey poses with his new found snake friend. :)


Thanks for visiting guys!  See you all soon!

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Bull Snakes!

Hey there Herpers!  Todays Jurassic Fact of The Day comes from right here in Northern America!  Many of you may have attended a Jurassic Party here or had a presentation at home and undoubtedly you had a chance to see a Bull Snake up close and personal.  Bull snakes average about 6 feet in length, and varieties of up to a little over 8 feet have been documented!  Bull snakes somewhat resemble the Western Diamondback Rattler, which is also common within the same area. The bull snakes take advantage of this likeness by performing an impressive rattlesnake impression when threatened! First, it hisses which creates a very convincing "rattle" sound. It will also imitate a rattlesnake-like "S-curve" body posture, as if it is going to strike. It will commonly vibrate its tail quickly between the brush and leaves, and flatten its head to make it look like the triangle shaped head of the rattlesnake.  Compared to rattlesnakes, which usually keep their tail raised in order to make the most effective rattle, bull snakes tend to keep their tail in contact with the ground, in order to hit it against something to make a sound.  Intrigued?  Well luckily, here at The Reptile Zoo we have a new Rattlesnake exhibit available for viewing so you can see and compare for yourself!

See You Soon!..............Priscilla ^O^


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Our Reptiles Know No Bounds

Hey Herpers

Today is a special day as we gear up an awesome shipment of boas, retics and ball pythons to our distributer (Arno Naude) in South Africa. Just look at how many snakes are about to cross boarders, and for some the chance to go back to their mother land haha. This shipment is HUGE!

The process is crazy complicated and requires many permits and legal fees that can cost up to $2000 per customer if they don't go through one of our distributers. However, we make it easy for reptiles to cross global borders by having a "middle-man" in almost every continent! So far, we have one in the UK, Africa and another in Asia.

Here's a pic of Garrett busy at work organizing all the paperwork and information that it takes to make these deals happen :)

You may remember Arno Naude as the guy that Jay visited during his first trip to South Africa. If you've forgotten, here's a link to our video of one of their cool adventures!

And if any of you are reading from one of the mentioned continents and are interested in having your own reptile, you can contact one of our distributers who can help you out! It's a great way to avoid those crazy fees and get the reptile that you've always wanted to own :).

Have a great day! :D


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