Reptile

Caring for your Australian Tarantula

02 / Sep / 2021

Description:  There are currently seven tarantula species described in Australia from four genera, Selenocosmia, Selenotholus, Selenotypus, and Phlogiellus, with six species occurring in Queensland. Tarantulas range widely in size with a leg spans between 5 to 16 cm. Females are usually larger than males. In general, tarantulas have a large, heavy body, which varies in colour from dark chocolate-brown to pale fawn.

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Caring for your Carpet Python

02 / Sep / 2021

Carpet Python Care Sheet Overview and Housing: Carpet pythons are large, heavy bodied, semiarboreal snakes. Sizes between subspecies vary greatly from 1.8m to over 3m. As adults it is important that they are housed in an enclosure with adequate height enabling them to climb. For one adult carpet python, an enclosure with dimensions of at

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Caring for your Bearded Dragon

02 / Sep / 2021

Bearded Dragon Care Sheet A Reptile License must be obtained from Queensland Parks and Wildlife prior to purchasing a reptile. From 22 August 2020, there are three new licences Standard, Specialised, and Advanced—which allow people to keep, breed or trade protected animals in Queensland. For 5 years prices start at $59.20 for a standard license,

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