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Best Reptiles For Kids

By Snaketracks / June 1, 2020

Top 10 Best Reptiles For Kids Choosing the best reptile for your kids can be a daunting task. Afterall we want to make sure our kids are safe and of course the pets too. In this article, we propose a list of the 10 reptiles we consider to be the most suitable for kids. However, the […]

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Reptile Laws

By Snaketracks / May 15, 2020

REPTILE & EXOTIC ANIMAL LAWS Overview (in the US, UK, Continental Europe, Canada, and Australia) There are at least four reasons why keeping certain species of exotic animals (and reptiles in particular) in private households is regulated by the law: protection of endangered species issues of public health and human safety animal welfare ecosystem preservation […]

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Reptile Fogger Vs Mister

By Snaketracks / April 26, 2020

Difference Between Foggers And Misters As a general rule, reptiles kept in artificial environments, need humidity. A moist reptile habitat is not only required for hydration but also for incubation of eggs, shedding, and other reptile behaviors. On top of it, a comfortable environment makes reptiles feel safe and therefore, less stressed. There are two ways of […]

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Gravid Snake

By Snaketracks / April 20, 2020

Do You Have A Pregnant Snake? Is your snake pregnant? How can you know? In this article we will cover the different types of snake reproduction as well give you tips on how to tell if your snake is gravid. Quick Reference Section Why Do Some Snakes Give Birth To Live Young And Other Lay […]

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Tame A Snake

By Snaketracks / April 12, 2020

How To Tame A Snake Some snakes have learned to be aggressive through improper care, some others are naturally aggressive for having spent part of their lives in the wild.  Some simply possess an inherently aggressive temperament. Even the tamest snakes could eventually display an aggressive behaviour if they feel threatened, scared or uncomfortable. Snakes show […]

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Top 10 Smallest Pet Snakes

By Snaketracks / April 10, 2020

Smallest Pet Snakes There are more than 3,000 species of snakes in the world, and here we are going to cover the smallest pet snakes out of those. With so many different species, there are snakes of many different sizes, from super tiny snakes like the Barbados Threadsnake or the Bimini Blind Snake, to super […]

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Do Snakes Poop?

By Snaketracks / April 6, 2020

Snake Poop Yes, snakes do poop! Even if they eliminate solid waste infrequently. Like birds, snakes excrete both solid and liquid waste from the same hole. Besides defecating and urinating, this hole -called the cloaca and found at the base of the tail-  is used to mate and lay eggs. But unlike birds which can take […]

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Top 5 Most Docile Snakes

By Snaketracks / April 6, 2020

Docile Snakes Are you thinking about becoming the owner of a pet snake? If the answer is yes, then check out 5 of the most docile snakes that you can get for yourself today.  As unbelievable as it might sound, owning a pet snake is way less demanding than owning any other kind of animal, […]

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Can snakes climb walls?

By Snaketracks / March 27, 2020

Can snakes climb? The answer is yes!!!  Some species of snake are excellent climbers and can climb walls and other man-made structures. Lightweight and fast-moving snakes, such as rat snakes and corn snakes are particularly good at climbing. But there is a “but”: whether or not a snake can climb a wall depends on what […]

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Do snakes yawn?

By Snaketracks / March 25, 2020

Can Snakes Yawn? Yes, snakes can yawn. This is possible because rather than a simple hinge formed at the junction of the skull and lower jaw, snakes feature another set of bones in the jaw joint.  These bones allow the jaw to hinge at two points, instead of a single point as happens with other […]

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