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Black Throat Monitors!

Black Throats are in at the Ark! Temperatures: 80-85 with a basking spot capable of reaching 100+ Night time temps can drop as low as 72 and as high as 80. Habitat: Enclosure should allow for climbing and digging spots, moist (not wet) substrate and a water bowl big enough for them to get into should they like. Food: babies can eat feeder insects like crickets, roaches and superworms. They can also eat small feeder rodents (spot between the eyes like most reptiles for size of feeders). You can give them pieces of the rodent as well… as long as the pieces are bite sized. Some companies make a Monitor Diet similar to … Continue reading

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High Color Bearded Dragon

We have a new addition to our AA family. This is a male bearded dragon. His bright colors are bred specifically by professional breeders. This guy is in the middle of a shed on his back so his colors aren’t quite as vibrant as they should be, but once he sheds that old skin they pop! He loves climbing onto your head and just sitting there. He’s about full grown and waiting for his forever home! Come in today to check him out!

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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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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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What’s A Tokay Gecko?

A Tokay Gecko is one of the largest Geckos in the world. Their name comes from the unique vocalizations they make during mating season or when startled. These guys can be very territorial and aggressive, but make great ornamental pets for intermediate owners. Most Tokay’s you find in your local pet stores are wild caught. Their diet consists mainly of insects or other small invertebrates, but they can eat small mammals as well! If it fits in it’s mouth… it’s food. Tokay Geckos can be tamed but it takes time and patience… and iron fingers. Come down today to see our selection of Tokays and many other geckos!

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Who Do You Prefer?!

Animal Ark tries it’s best to supply the Kingwood and surrounding areas with a wide variety of pets and pet products. We carry specialty foods for your dog or cat in regular and grain free varieties. For the more scaley critters, we have live, frozen and dried foods as well as the bowls and cage decorations to keep your pets happy. Lighting for these special guys also available in a plethora of wattage. We’ve even stocked a great assortment of foods for rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils,  mice and rats. Exotics like Sugar Gliders and Degu’s even have a selection! Call or visit today for an extensive list of our … Continue reading

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