Mexi, the northeastern spinytail iguana

Mexi is an adult female Ctenosaurus acanthura, a northeastern spinytail iguana from Mexico. She is wild-caught and not tame but not vicious, just shy and retiring. She eats mostly greens but occasionally will eat superworms and dubia roaches. She is about 2 1/2 feet long.





LeBeef, the blue-tongued skink

LeBeef is an adult blue-tongued skink, probably female. These winsome creatures from Australia are omnivores (both insects and plants) and need a varied, warm habitat. Some experience with reptile keeping would be preferable.

Dulce, the baby green iguana

Dulce is a juvenile green iguana on the youngish side (probably about four months old). We think she is female--but iguanas show their dimorphism later on so be prepared for anything! Iguanas are herbivores and need non-oxalic leaves for food like kale, collards, and mustard greens plus lots of other fruit and veg for a good diet. They need sun and humidity and can get quite large. Recommended for experienced reptile keepers.

Naruto, the leopard gecko

Naruto is an adult leopard gecko. Leopard geckos ("leos") are relatively easy-care carnivorous animals and are good for those who have never kept a reptile pet before. Naruto eats dubia roaches, superworms, and crickets.