Gargoyle Gecko

Gargoyle geckos reach a moderate size of 4 to 4.5 inches snout-to-vent length and 8 inches in total length. Gargoyle geckos are sexually mature when 15 to 18 months of age and at a weight of approximately 35 grams. Adult gargoyle geckos should be housed in terrariums with screen tops. Larger tanks will allow for better displays. You can keep one male and several female gargoyle geckos together. Male gargoyle geckos may fight, particularly when in the company of females, and should not be kept together.

Leopard Geckos Fancies and African Fat Tail Gecko

 Popular Beginner Reptile   $110.00+

Leopard geckos, affectionately called leos, are generally easy to care for. They do not require a lot of cage maintenance, but you should still give their environment a lot of attention. Leopard geckos are mostly nocturnal, ground-dwelling geckos that are generally docile and easy to tame. They do not have sticky toe pads like other geckos, so they do not climb walls. But unlike other geckos, they do have eyelids. Leopard geckos are not prone to biting and are usually slow-moving. They are known to be very vocal, especially when they are hungry, and they make chirps and squeaks.




Mourning Gecko

Mourning geckos are fascinating species that are extremely unique. On top of that, they’re a pleasure to own and quite fun to watch!

The mourning gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris) is a fascinating reptile species with a unique defining trait. These lizards are parthenogenetic, which means that the females reproduce asexually without males. It’s an exciting process that results in tiny little clones! Because reproduction only requires egg-laying, a vast majority of mourning geckos are females. Males do exist, but they’re rare and usually infertile.

Another exciting thing about these lizards is that they can modify their color. Firing up or down allows them to adjust to their surroundings. As a result, the same gecko may appear lighter or darker at different times during the day. Mourning gecko care is relatively easy compared to other species. Undemanding and adaptable, these pet lizards are pretty forgiving and don’t require precise environmental conditions to thrive.

Expert Tip: An important thing to remember when it comes to mourning gecko care is that these reptiles need to eat most days of the week. Generally, the go-to diet plan is plant-based foods twice a week and protein-based foods three times a week. For the remaining two days, fast the lizards for healthy digestion.


Bearded Dragon High Red Translucent and Witblit Dragon

Are you looking for a unique and fascinating pet that's easy to take care of? These stunning lizards are perfect for novice reptile owners!

The Bearded Dragon is a friendly lizard that makes a great pet for beginners. This is due to its docile nature and ability to adapt quickly to captivity. They are quite easy to take care of and enjoy munching on leafy greens and insects. In captivity, you'll often find them basking in the light or lounging in the shade. Bearded dragons are highly tolerant to handling and are among the most popular pet reptiles out there.





Crested Gecko


Crested Gecko Crested geckos are ideal reptile pets for beginners, with simple, easy-to-meet requirements. Because crested geckos are primarily tree dwellers, they make outstanding displays in naturalistic vivariums.  Both male and female crested geckos reach a moderate size of 4 to 4.5 inches snout-to-vent length (SVL), and 8 inches in total length. Crested geckos have specialized toe pads that allow them to move along vertical surfaces effortlessly, and their prehensile tails add to their agility. They are also excellent jumpers.

Crested geckos usually have relatively docile temperaments, though they are a bit skittish and care is required when handling. They don't usually like handling, so avoid it if possible. They may try to jump away from you, which can injure them. Crested geckos may drop their tails if handled roughly or attempt to get away; unlike other geckos, they will not regenerate their tails. They will only bite if they feel threatened. Bites are startling, though they do not hurt and are not strong enough to cause bleeding.

Tremper Godzilla Super Giant Gecko

Popular beginner reptile,with simple, easy-to-meet requirements  (Sold Out)

The Super Giant Leopard Gecko morph has only been discovered in 1999, but is now well-known and popular for breeding impressively large Leopard Geckos. Male Super Giants reach over 11 inches in length and a weight of over 110g – compared to a normal maximum size of about 10 inches and 80g maximum weight.