Category Archives: Lizards

Spiney Crevice Lizard

Spiney Crevice Lizard Sceloporus poinsettii   These guys are native to Central TX and New Mexico. Fast and able to blend into their surroundings well, they’ll run and hide with any sign of danger. Crevice Lizards are mainly insectivores, but will occasionally eat soft greens.

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Available Repashy Products

Our new Repashy products are high quality for your exotic pets and their food! –Bug Burger is a complete feeder diet for food AND hydration. Bug Burger is full of Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamins, and Carotenoids to make your feeder insects gut loaded with the most nutritional value possible. This powder premix is easy to make. When completed properly, it becomes a gel. Our feeders LOVE it. Yours will too. –Calcium+ is a dusting powder used to increase the nutritional value of feeders for your insectivore pets. It contains the needed vitamins, minerals and trace elements needed. –Crested Gecko/Day Gecko Meal Replacement Powder is a quality meal replacement for your fruit … Continue reading

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Repashy Quality Products

New to Animal Ark! We now carry Repashy quality pet foods, suppliments and vitamins! These items are made from natural ingredients. They contain all the needed nutrients your pet needs to thrive. Come check out our selection! http://www.store.repashy.com/

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Legless Lizard

A Legless Lizard is a peculiar creature. It looks like a snake, right? Well it’s not! These guys can be distinguished from snakes by looking for external ear openings, eyelids and the longer tail (where snakes have very short tails). They can grow as long as 3 feet! Food for these guys range from small mammals and bird eggs to invertebrates.  These guys are still able to lose their tail like other lizards too! Don’t worry if your Legless drops it’s tail. It will regrow. Next time you’re surfing the web, check these guys out. X-rays show remnants of hipbones from a time when these guys could have had legs! … Continue reading

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