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The bearded dragon is one of the most popular lizard pets in the hobby today. Because of their manageable size, easy-to-meet care requirements, and outgoing personalities, these active lizards are perfect for beginning keepers and experts alike. This expertly-written guide provides the most complete and up-to-date information on bearded dragons, including housing, feeding, temperature control, and health care.
Learn everything you need to know about Bearded Dragons, including detailed information on grooming and handling. This book also contains information on keeping and breeding Lawsons Dragon.
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Proper care and Maintenance of Hermit Crabs is an ideal book for the beginning to advanced Hermit Crab enthusiast. It has information about all of the needs of Hermit Crabs.
Leopard Geckos are one of the most popular lizards in the hobby. Learn about housing, nutrition, health care and breeding of these reptiles and others in the same family, including fat-tailed and bearded geckos.
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Zoo Med's Proper Care & Maintenance of Crested Geckos: Provides step by step information for keeping Crested Geckos in captivity. References specific products to be used in keeping Crested Geckos.
Cute and colorful turtles, red-eared sliders are the most popular pet turtles in the world. They have won their fans by being active and hardy pets with a face that seems to be in a perpetual smile. Red-Eared Sliders is a complete guide to caring for these charming creatures. Inside you'll find detailed but easy to follow instructions for housing, heating, lighting, feeding and nutrition, health care, and more. This book also includes care information on some related turtles and more than 70 photos that enhance the text.
Growing in popularity the world over, tarantulas are truly unique and fascinating pets. While they are often portrayed negatively in the media, tarantulas are actually shy and fascinating creatures. This essential guide provides coverage of 20 species of these low-maintenance pets, including discussion of numerous similar species. In addition to general care advice and an introduction to breeding, it describes proper setup and maintenance of terrariums for the three major categories of tarantula lifestyle: tree-dwelling, ground-dwelling, and burrowing.