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July 25, 2014

We measured the male Malaysian king cobra a few days back - he was 11.6ft when we measured him this time last year, and he's grown just 4 inches in that time, now being 11.10ft! All that food must be going into body-mass rather than length!



July 4, 2014

Here's four year old Bethany Haigh meeting Frank, our Yemen chameleon during an animal encounter that we complete at the education centre of Gloucester Cathedral!

Check out the write-up from our morning at the Catherdral in the Gloucester Review - http://www.glouceste...

June 28, 2014

We completed a one animal encounter for Wynstone school last week for a year 6 class, and afterwards the students sent us through a whole bunch of drawings of their favourite animals along with 'thank you' notes!


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June 16, 2014

We are now making mini snake hooks as part of the handling equipment we provide!


Made at our workshop here in the UK, our mini snake hooks are 24 inches long and weighing approx. 65 grams, with light aluminium hooks and robust graphite shafts - perfect for working with...

April 18, 2014

Our 2014 clutch of Papuan taipans began emerging last night! Fingers crossed for a 100% hatch rate on this small clutch.

April 11, 2014

Ok, so these are probably the most commonly bred species of snake in captivity, but this is the first time we've bred them some i'm pretty happy! 10 good-looking eggs, and another female due to drop any day now...

March 24, 2014

Our light-weight custom snake hooks are used by many reptile keepers across the UK, both in captive collections and in the field! Various lengths available, £35 each plus postage. Get in touch through PM, or email to purchase yours!

February 27, 2014

Our 2014 clutch of monocled cobras, Naja kaouthia, began to hatch last week, and we got 28 healthy babies from 30 eggs. There is a huge variation of colours within the clutch - we'll get pictures up on our breeding gallery soon. In the meantime, enjoy this picture of a...

February 14, 2014

In light of finally getting the 'UK Herping' page finished on the expedetions page (here), I thought I'd post this - six good reasons why, despite having only a handful of native reptiles and amphibians in the UK, British herpers aren't completely out of luck!


The Euro...

February 8, 2014

We've been working very hard on the website just recently, and have started getting some of our older field herp trips updated on our expeditions page. The latest to be put online in a photo gallery and full trip report written by Matt Minchin, from our 2010 herp-photo...

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