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Argentine Tegu

By Snaketracks / October 14, 2019

Argentine Tegu Care Sheet The Argentine Tegu is a large 4 feet lizard. As such, most people find them intimidating when they meet one for the first time. However, first impressions aren’t always right. Although they may be large and menacing, these gentle giants are amenable pets that are easy to tame. They have unusually […]

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Chahoua Gecko

By Snaketracks / October 4, 2019

Chahoua Gecko (Chewie) Care Sheet The chahoua gecko (chewie) is the second-largest New Caledonian gecko. (The largest being the New Caledonian giant). Chewies can grow up to 10 inches. Like other New Caledonian geckos, they are arboreal and accept powdered crested gecko diet. This makes them easy to feed. And although they are nocturnal, they […]

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Gargoyle Gecko Care Sheet

By Snaketracks / August 16, 2019

Native to New Caledonia, the gargoyle gecko is easy to take care of and handle. Additionally, they are tough. They are called gargoyle gecko because their coloration and the bumps on their heads (which look like ears and horns) give them the appearance of a gargoyle. Quick Reference Section Experience Level: Beginner Family: Diplodactylidae Scientific […]