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Exo Terra Aug 16
Evening falls over the Virunga Volcanos in ... Trioceros johnstoni is on its way to a safe sleeping spot on the end of a twig - safe from nocturnal snakes... Picture taken by Emmanuel Van Heygen during an to the region.
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Exo Terra Aug 15
We all know that Chameleons evolved to be able to move both their eyes independently. Few people are aware that also some agamidae can move their eyes independently, like this Calotes calotes. Picture taken during an to
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Exo Terra Jul 31
Oophaga (strawberry poison-dart ) from the Kusapin Peninsula in the Province of Bocas del Toro, Western . The strawberry poison-dart frog is perhaps most famous for its widespread variation in colouration. © Emmanuel Van Heygen
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Exo Terra Jul 30
The pigmy chameleon pictured is Brookesia peyrierasi from the Masoala region in north-eastern Madagascar. It is one of the smallest chameleon species.
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Exo Terra Jul 30
Ceratophora tennentii or leaf-nosed lizard is an agamid species endemic to , where it is found in the wet tropical montane cloud forests of the Knuckles mountains at elevations between 760 an 1220 meter.
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Exo Terra Jul 26
, or mossy New Caledonian , occurs on the southern portion of the islands of . This picture was taken on the southern stalelite island of Île des Pins during the expedition in 2013.
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Exo Terra Jul 23
The correct answer was: Phelsuma pusilla, with an unusual blueish colouration on the head.
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Exo Terra Jul 22
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Exo Terra Jul 18
We are in the habitat of inexpectata on Island, one of the rarest lizards in the world! Although extremely common in its range, the range itself is exceptionally limited to a few square kilometers. How many of this rare you spot?
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Exo Terra Jul 18
Cameroon sail-fin . Because it is almost entirely restricted to rainforests ranging from 700 to 1900 meters above sea level, only a few locations support populations of this species. Distinguishing features on males include two large horns and a dorsal "sail".
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Exo Terra Jul 17
Trioceros montium or the Cameroon sail-fin chameleon is found only in the Cameroonian highlands around Mount and Mount Manenguba Pictures taken by Emmanuel Van Heygen on Mount Cameroon during the expedition to the region.
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Exo Terra Jul 16
Happy ! Ahaetulla nasuta, also known as common vine snake, is a slender tree snake found in India and South-east Asia. This arboreal snake is mildly venomous, and feeds on frogs and lizards. They are slow moving, relying on their camouflage between the foliage.
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Exo Terra Jul 15
To a Crested Gecko, any position is a comfortable position... Does your critter rest in an uncomfortable looking position like this? Tweet some pictures of your animals acting funny!
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Exo Terra Jul 9
is proud to have received the distinguished “Brand of the Year Award” under the category of “Reptile Products” at the World Branding Awards (Animalis Edition), which took place on July 3rd in , at the prestigious Hofburg Presidential Palace.
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Exo Terra Jun 26
Replying to @hrtbreakdreamer
Please contact our USA division: Rolf C. Hagen (U.S.A.) Corp. 305 Forbes Blvd, Mansfield, MA. 02048 Toll Free Number: Customer Service: 1-800-724-2436 Between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time) mail to: customer.service-usa@rchagen.com
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Exo Terra Jun 26
Replying to @kromulan
Hello! Our linear bulbs have been updated, they now go under the name "Reptile UVB". The bulb you are looking for is now named PT2397 Reptile UVB150 25W - 75cm / 30"
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Exo Terra Jun 24
Replying to @hrtbreakdreamer
Hello! Availability of products and spare parts depends on the division for your country, please tell us in which country you live so we can give you the contact details.
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Exo Terra Jun 20
Saltuarius cornutus ( or northern leaf-tailed ) is a species of Australian leaf-tailed geckos. Picture taken by Emmanuel Van Heygen near Cathedral Fig Tree during one of the expeditions to North , .
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Exo Terra Jun 19
Phelsuma serraticauda (flat-tailed day gecko) occurs in the coastal regions of eastern Madagascar. This picture was taken by Emmanuel Van Heygen in Lakandava, during one of the Exo Terra expeditions to Eastern Madagascar
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Exo Terra Jun 18
Red Eyed Tree Frog (Agalychnis callidryas), near a stream in the rainforest at the foothills of the Poás Volcano in Costa Rica. Picture taken during the last Exo Terra Expedition.
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