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Meet the... Snakes Lizards Turtles/Tortoises of Austin Reptile Service!

Meet Our
Snakes!

All Austin Reptile Service snakes
are non-venomous!

You may choose which snakes you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
A constrictor growing to lengths of six feet or more. Special belly scales enable it to climb trees and raid bird nests for eggs and hatchlings as well.
Wiki Info
Arizona Mountain KingsnakeNon-venomous. Eats rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, frogs, and insects.
Bullsnake
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
More Info
BullsnakeNon-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
California Kingsnake (albino)
California Kingsnake
Due to ease of care and a wide range of color variations, the California kingsnake is one of the most popular snakes in captivity.
Wiki Info
California Kingsnake (albino)Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Corn Snake (Snow)
Corn Snake (Snow)
Snow Corn Snakes are also called amelanistic corn snakes because they lack melanin.

The eyes are red, orange or pink against the pale pinkish-white skin.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Snow)Non-venomous constrictor. This snake lacks melanin and has pale pinkish-white skin.
Desert Kingsnake
Desert Kingsnake
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert KingsnakeNative to Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. It is nonvenomous, colored yellow and black.
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade )
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Great Plains Ratsnake
Great Plains rat snake
The Great Plains rat snake is typically light gray or tan in color, with dark gray, brown, or green-gray blotching down its back, and stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes. They are capable of growing from 3 feet to 5 feet long.
Wiki Info
Great Plains RatsnakeNonvenomous rat snake native to the central part of the United States, from Missouri to Nebraska, to Colorado, south to Texas, and into northern Mexico.
Mexican Milk Snake
Mexican Milk Snake
This snake is native to the hot semi-arid regions of northeastern Mexico in Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Nuevo León, but it can be found as far north as the United States, in southwestern Texas.
Wiki Info
Mexican Milk SnakeNon-venomous. Red, black & cream or yellow banding; a coral snake mimic. Texas native.
Mexican Rosy Boa
Mexican Rosy Boa
A small snake, the Rosy Boa normally attains a total length (including tail) of 17–34 in (43–86 cm), although some coastal specimens from California reach 36–44 in (91–112 cm).
Wiki Info
Mexican Rosy BoaNon-venomous, this rosy boa is ground color laced with pale, creamy broad longitudinal stripes.
Rosy Boa (locale 1)
Rosy Boa (local 1)
A small snake, the Rosy Boa normally attains a total length (including tail) of 17–34 in (43–86 cm), although some coastal specimens from California reach 36–44 in (91–112 cm).
Wiki Info
Rosy Boa (locale 1)Non-venomous, the rosy boa is one of only two species in the boa family native to the United States, the other being the rubber boa.
Sonoran Gopher Snake
Sonoran Gopher Snake
They have hard tough skin on their noses used to burrow into gopher holes and the burrows of other rodents. During the winter they hibernate. They invade gopher holes and holes of other burrowing rodents and eat what they need to stay alive in the invaded burrow.
Wiki Info
Sonoran Gopher SnakeA nonvenomous subspecies of colubrid that is endemic to the southwestern United States.
Texas Rat Snake
Texas Rat Snake
The Texas Rat Snake is one of the most commonly encountered species of non-venomous snake in Central Texas. They are non-venomous and pose no threat to humans.
More Info
Texas Rat SnakeNon-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle. Texas native.
Ball Python
Ball python
Black or dark brown with light brown blotches on the back and sides. Its white or cream belly is scattered with black markings. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball PythonNon-venomous species native to West and Central Africa.
Ball Python (Leucistic)
Ball python (Leucistic)
This snake is a beautiful white color. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball Python (Leucistic)Non-venomous species native to West and Central Africa. Leucistic means it has reduced pigmentation.
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhips are thin-bodied snakes with small heads and large eyes with round pupils. They vary greatly in color, but most reflect a proper camouflage for their natural habitat.
More Info
Coachwhip (Western)Non-venomous, sometimes referred to as the "whip snake". Texas native.
Corn Snake (Albino)
Corn Snake (Albino)
These snakes have striking, ruby-red eyes. Their body coloring is a pattern of dark red blotches on a deep orange background with a white belly. They have no black pigment. They make great pet snakes for the beginner.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Albino)Non-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle. Texas native.
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)
A crossbreed of a Rat Snake and a Corn Snake with no black pigment.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)Non-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle.
Hognose (Eastern)
Hognose (Eastern)
The Eastern Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
More Info
Hognose (Eastern)A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Hognose (Western)
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Hognose (Western)A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Mexican Hognose
Mexican Hognose
The Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Mexican HognoseA relatively small, stout-bodied snake.
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Blair phase)
Grey Banded Kingsnake
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Blair phase)Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Alterna phase)
Grey Banded Kingsnake (alterna phase)
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Alterna phase)Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Yellow Rat Snake
Yellow Rat Snake
A constrictor growing to lengths of six feet or more. Special belly scales enable it to climb trees and raid bird nests for eggs and hatchlings as well.
Wiki Info
Yellow Rat SnakeNon-venomous. Eats rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, frogs, and insects. Texas native.

Meet Our
Snakes!

All Austin Reptile Service snakes
are non-venomous!

You may choose which snakes you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
A constrictor growing to lengths of six feet or more. Special belly scales enable it to climb trees and raid bird nests for eggs and hatchlings as well.
Wiki Info
Arizona Mountain KingsnakeNon-venomous. Eats rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, frogs, and insects.
Bullsnake
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
More Info
BullsnakeNon-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
California Kingsnake (albino)
California Kingsnake
Due to ease of care and a wide range of color variations, the California kingsnake is one of the most popular snakes in captivity.
Wiki Info
California Kingsnake (albino)Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Corn Snake (Snow)
Corn Snake (Snow)
Snow Corn Snakes are also called amelanistic corn snakes because they lack melanin.

The eyes are red, orange or pink against the pale pinkish-white skin.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Snow)Non-venomous constrictor. This snake lacks melanin and has pale pinkish-white skin.
Desert Kingsnake
Desert Kingsnake
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert KingsnakeNative to Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. It is nonvenomous, colored yellow and black.
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade )
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Great Plains Ratsnake
Great Plains rat snake
The Great Plains rat snake is typically light gray or tan in color, with dark gray, brown, or green-gray blotching down its back, and stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes. They are capable of growing from 3 feet to 5 feet long.
Wiki Info
Great Plains RatsnakeNonvenomous rat snake native to the central part of the United States, from Missouri to Nebraska, to Colorado, south to Texas, and into northern Mexico.
Mexican Milk Snake
Mexican Milk Snake
This snake is native to the hot semi-arid regions of northeastern Mexico in Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Nuevo León, but it can be found as far north as the United States, in southwestern Texas.
Wiki Info
Mexican Milk SnakeNon-venomous. Red, black & cream or yellow banding; a coral snake mimic. Texas native.
Mexican Rosy Boa
Mexican Rosy Boa
A small snake, the Rosy Boa normally attains a total length (including tail) of 17–34 in (43–86 cm), although some coastal specimens from California reach 36–44 in (91–112 cm).
Wiki Info
Mexican Rosy BoaNon-venomous, this rosy boa is ground color laced with pale, creamy broad longitudinal stripes.
Rosy Boa (locale 1)
Rosy Boa (local 1)
A small snake, the Rosy Boa normally attains a total length (including tail) of 17–34 in (43–86 cm), although some coastal specimens from California reach 36–44 in (91–112 cm).
Wiki Info
Rosy Boa (locale 1)Non-venomous, the rosy boa is one of only two species in the boa family native to the United States, the other being the rubber boa.
Sonoran Gopher Snake
Sonoran Gopher Snake
They have hard tough skin on their noses used to burrow into gopher holes and the burrows of other rodents. During the winter they hibernate. They invade gopher holes and holes of other burrowing rodents and eat what they need to stay alive in the invaded burrow.
Wiki Info
Sonoran Gopher SnakeA nonvenomous subspecies of colubrid that is endemic to the southwestern United States.
Texas Rat Snake
Texas Rat Snake
The Texas Rat Snake is one of the most commonly encountered species of non-venomous snake in Central Texas. They are non-venomous and pose no threat to humans.
More Info
Texas Rat SnakeNon-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle. Texas native.
Ball Python
Ball python
Black or dark brown with light brown blotches on the back and sides. Its white or cream belly is scattered with black markings. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball PythonNon-venomous species native to West and Central Africa.
Ball Python (Leucistic)
Ball python (Leucistic)
This snake is a beautiful white color. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball Python (Leucistic)Non-venomous species native to West and Central Africa. Leucistic means it has reduced pigmentation.
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhips are thin-bodied snakes with small heads and large eyes with round pupils. They vary greatly in color, but most reflect a proper camouflage for their natural habitat.
More Info
Coachwhip (Western)Non-venomous, sometimes referred to as the "whip snake". Texas native.
Corn Snake (Albino)
Corn Snake (Albino)
These snakes have striking, ruby-red eyes. Their body coloring is a pattern of dark red blotches on a deep orange background with a white belly. They have no black pigment. They make great pet snakes for the beginner.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Albino)Non-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle. Texas native.
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)
A crossbreed of a Rat Snake and a Corn Snake with no black pigment.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)Non-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle.
Hognose (Eastern)
Hognose (Eastern)
The Eastern Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
More Info
Hognose (Eastern)A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Hognose (Western)
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Hognose (Western)A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Mexican Hognose
Mexican Hognose
The Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Mexican HognoseA relatively small, stout-bodied snake.
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Blair phase)
Grey Banded Kingsnake
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Blair phase)Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Alterna phase)
Grey Banded Kingsnake (alterna phase)
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Alterna phase)Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Yellow Rat Snake
Yellow Rat Snake
A constrictor growing to lengths of six feet or more. Special belly scales enable it to climb trees and raid bird nests for eggs and hatchlings as well.
Wiki Info
Yellow Rat SnakeNon-venomous. Eats rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, frogs, and insects. Texas native.

Meet Our
Snakes!

Meet Our
Snakes!

All Austin Reptile Service snakes
are non-venomous!

You may choose which snakes you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
A constrictor growing to lengths of six feet or more. Special belly scales enable it to climb trees and raid bird nests for eggs and hatchlings as well.
Wiki Info
Arizona Mountain KingsnakeNon-venomous. Eats rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, frogs, and insects.
Bullsnake
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
More Info
BullsnakeNon-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
California Kingsnake (albino)
California Kingsnake
Due to ease of care and a wide range of color variations, the California kingsnake is one of the most popular snakes in captivity.
Wiki Info
California Kingsnake (albino)Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Corn Snake (Snow)
Corn Snake (Snow)
Snow Corn Snakes are also called amelanistic corn snakes because they lack melanin.

The eyes are red, orange or pink against the pale pinkish-white skin.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Snow)Non-venomous constrictor. This snake lacks melanin and has pale pinkish-white skin.
Desert Kingsnake
Desert Kingsnake
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert KingsnakeNative to Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. It is nonvenomous, colored yellow and black.
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade )
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Great Plains Ratsnake
Great Plains rat snake
The Great Plains rat snake is typically light gray or tan in color, with dark gray, brown, or green-gray blotching down its back, and stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes. They are capable of growing from 3 feet to 5 feet long.
Wiki Info
Great Plains RatsnakeNonvenomous rat snake native to the central part of the United States, from Missouri to Nebraska, to Colorado, south to Texas, and into northern Mexico.
Mexican Milk Snake
Mexican Milk Snake
This snake is native to the hot semi-arid regions of northeastern Mexico in Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Nuevo León, but it can be found as far north as the United States, in southwestern Texas.
Wiki Info
Mexican Milk SnakeNon-venomous. Red, black & cream or yellow banding; a coral snake mimic. Texas native.
Mexican Rosy Boa
Mexican Rosy Boa
A small snake, the Rosy Boa normally attains a total length (including tail) of 17–34 in (43–86 cm), although some coastal specimens from California reach 36–44 in (91–112 cm).
Wiki Info
Mexican Rosy BoaNon-venomous, this rosy boa is ground color laced with pale, creamy broad longitudinal stripes.
Rosy Boa (locale 1)
Rosy Boa (local 1)
A small snake, the Rosy Boa normally attains a total length (including tail) of 17–34 in (43–86 cm), although some coastal specimens from California reach 36–44 in (91–112 cm).
Wiki Info
Rosy Boa (locale 1)Non-venomous, the rosy boa is one of only two species in the boa family native to the United States, the other being the rubber boa.
Texas Rat Snake
Texas Rat Snake
The Texas Rat Snake is one of the most commonly encountered species of non-venomous snake in Central Texas. They are non-venomous and pose no threat to humans.
More Info
Texas Rat SnakeNon-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle. Texas native.
Ball Python
Ball python
Black or dark brown with light brown blotches on the back and sides. Its white or cream belly is scattered with black markings. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball PythonNon-venomous species native to West and Central Africa.
Ball Python (Leucistic)
Ball python (Leucistic)
This snake is a beautiful white color. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball Python (Leucistic)Non-venomous species native to West and Central Africa. Leucistic means it has reduced pigmentation.
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhips are thin-bodied snakes with small heads and large eyes with round pupils. They vary greatly in color, but most reflect a proper camouflage for their natural habitat.
More Info
Coachwhip (Western)Non-venomous, sometimes referred to as the "whip snake". Texas native.
Corn Snake (Albino)
Corn Snake (Albino)
These snakes have striking, ruby-red eyes. Their body coloring is a pattern of dark red blotches on a deep orange background with a white belly. They have no black pigment. They make great pet snakes for the beginner.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Albino)Non-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle. Texas native.
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)
A crossbreed of a Rat Snake and a Corn Snake with no black pigment.
Wiki Info
Corn Snake (Creamsicle)Non-venomous constrictor. Very calm and easy to handle.
Hognose (Eastern)
Hognose (Eastern)
The Eastern Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
More Info
Hognose (Eastern)A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Hognose (Western)
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Hognose (Western)A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Mexican Hognose
Mexican Hognose
The Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Mexican HognoseA relatively small, stout-bodied snake.
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Blair phase)
Grey Banded Kingsnake
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Blair phase)Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Alterna phase)
Grey Banded Kingsnake (alterna phase)
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake (Alterna phase)Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Sonoran Gopher Snake
Sonoran Gopher Snake
They have hard tough skin on their noses used to burrow into gopher holes and the burrows of other rodents. During the winter they hibernate. They invade gopher holes and holes of other burrowing rodents and eat what they need to stay alive in the invaded burrow.
Wiki Info
Sonoran Gopher SnakeA nonvenomous subspecies of colubrid that is endemic to the southwestern United States.
Yellow Rat Snake
Yellow Rat Snake
A constrictor growing to lengths of six feet or more. Special belly scales enable it to climb trees and raid bird nests for eggs and hatchlings as well.
Wiki Info
Yellow Rat SnakeNon-venomous. Eats rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, frogs, and insects. Texas native.

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Lizards!

Meet Our
Lizards!

Austin Reptile Service offers the venomous Gila Monster lizard!
This lizard is safely handled by ARS owner Tim Cole.


You may choose which lizards you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

Gila Monster
Gila Monster
A heavy, typically slow-moving lizard, up to 60 cm (2.0 ft) long, the Gila monster is the only venomous lizard native to the United States.
Wiki Info
Gila MonsterThe Gila Monster is a species of venomous lizard native to the Southwestern United States and the northwestern Mexican state of Sonora.

Meet Our
Lizards!

Austin Reptile Service offers the venomous Gila Monster lizard!
This lizard is safely handled by ARS owner Tim Cole.


You may choose which lizards you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

Gila Monster
Gila Monster
A heavy, typically slow-moving lizard, up to 60 cm (2.0 ft) long, the Gila monster is the only venomous lizard native to the United States.
Wiki Info
Gila MonsterThe Gila Monster is a species of venomous lizard native to the Southwestern United States and the northwestern Mexican state of Sonora.

(click photo for animal info)

Meet Our
Lizards!

Meet Our
Lizards!

Austin Reptile Service offers the venomous Gila Monster lizard!
This lizard is safely handled by ARS owner Tim Cole.


You may choose which lizards you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

Gila Monster
Gila Monster
A heavy, typically slow-moving lizard, up to 60 cm (2.0 ft) long, the Gila monster is the only venomous lizard native to the United States.
Wiki Info
Gila MonsterThe Gila Monster is a species of venomous lizard native to the Southwestern United States and the northwestern Mexican state of Sonora.

(click photo for animal info)

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"Special Reptiles"!

Each "Special Reptile" is an additional $25.

You may choose which "Special Reptiles" you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

(These reptiles are available for an additional fee because extra measures are needed to transport them safely.)

 

Beaded Lizard (Rio Fuerte)
Beaded Lizard
Adult beaded lizards range from 60 to 90 cm (23.6 to 35.4 in) in length. They can weigh up to 4,000 grams (8.8 lb).
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Beaded Lizard (Rio Fuerte)This lizard is found in the tropical forests and shrublands of Western Mexico, specifically around the Rio Fuerte and Rio Mayo basins.

(click photo for animal info)

Meet Our
Additional Fee
"Special Reptiles"!

Each "Special Reptile" is an additional $25.

You may choose which "Special Reptiles" you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

(These reptiles are available for an additional fee because extra measures are needed to transport them safely.)

 

Beaded Lizard (Rio Fuerte)
Beaded Lizard
Adult beaded lizards range from 60 to 90 cm (23.6 to 35.4 in) in length. They can weigh up to 4,000 grams (8.8 lb).
Wiki Info
Beaded Lizard (Rio Fuerte)This lizard is found in the tropical forests and shrublands of Western Mexico, specifically around the Rio Fuerte and Rio Mayo basins.

(click photo for animal info)

Meet Our
Additional Fee
"Special Reptiles"!

Meet Our
Additional Fee
"Special Reptiles"!

Each "Special Reptile" is an additional $25.

You may choose which "Special Reptiles" you want for your party/event on the Book a Party/Event Form.

(These reptiles are available for an additional fee because extra measures are needed to transport them safely.)

 

Beaded Lizard (Rio Fuerte)
Beaded Lizard
Adult beaded lizards range from 60 to 90 cm (23.6 to 35.4 in) in length. They can weigh up to 4,000 grams (8.8 lb).
Wiki Info
Beaded Lizard (Rio Fuerte)This lizard is found in the tropical forests and shrublands of Western Mexico, specifically around the Rio Fuerte and Rio Mayo basins.

(click photo for animal info)

Photo credits: Tim Cole