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  • Disclaimer Notice
    including negligence breach of statutory duty or otherwise for any costs losses claims damages expenses or proceedings including special incidental or consequential loss or damage loss of profits and wasted management time incurred or suffered by you arising directly or indirectly in connection with this website and its content including any loss damage or expense arising from but not limited to any defect error imperfection fault mistake or inaccuracy with this website its content or associated services or due to any unavailability of part or all of the website or any content or associated services This website contains material submitted and created by third parties KEEPINGEXOTICPETS excludes all liability for any illegality arising from error omission or inaccuracy in such material and KEEPINGEXOTICPETS takes no responsibility for such material This website also contains links to other websites which are not under the control of and are not maintained by KEEPINGEXOTICPETS KEEPINGEXOTICPETS makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy completeness or fitness for purpose of any material on these sites KEEPINGEXOTICPETS provides these links for your convenience and does not necessarily endorse the material on these sites In the event you purchase or obtain goods or services from a third party then your acquisition of such goods or services will be in accordance with the third party s terms and conditions and KEEPINGEXOTICPETS will have no liability to you in respect of the same KEEPINGEXOTICPETS does not represent or warrant and excludes such representations and warranties to the extent permitted by law that any e mails from this website will be sent to you or received by KEEPINGEXOTICPETS Nor does KEEPINGEXOTICPETS warrant the privacy and or security of e mails during internet transmission Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell

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  • Guidelines for Submitting Comments
    which Might offend or upset anyone Is not in English as we probably won t understand it Are one line me too comments which rarely add anything of value That breaches copyright or any laws Has a signature link The chance of us approving a comment is much slimmer if there is a signature in the body of the comment Please note that we pre moderate all comments so it might take a short while for your comment to appear We may also edit your article for typing and grammatical errors but we will not edit the content to alter the emphasis or meaning All this said we do really value comments and hope that you will post information that will be valuable to our readers and that we can all learn from Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Questionnaires Need to Know Faqs Ask Our Experts Care Guides Costs Regulation Health Safety Housing Equipment

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  • IP & Copyright Notice
    alterations or additions are made to the content Any other use of material on the Website including reproduction for purposes other than those noted above modification distribution or republication without the prior written consent of KeepingExoticPets is strictly prohibited No part of the website may be distributed or copied for any commercial or public use without the prior written consent of KeepingExoticPets In relation to any information or materials submitted to KeepingExoticPets using this website you grant KeepingExoticPets a world wide royalty free perpetual licence of the intellectual property rights in such information or materials for any purpose it deems including without limitation the copying transmission distribution and publication thereof unless restricted by applicable law Law Jurisdiction This website has been created and is hosted in the United Kingdom The terms and conditions and accordingly all visits to this website shall be governed by the laws of England and the court of England will have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes arising in relation to these terms and conditions Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link

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  • Link To Us
    We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to KeepingExoticPets then we really appreciate your help For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page a href http www keepingexoticpets co uk target new KeepingExoticPets co uk help and advice on caring for exotic pets a It will appear on your page looking something like KeepingExoticPets co uk help and advice on caring for exotic pets Or alternatively a href http www keepingexoticpets co uk target new KeepingExoticPets co uk It s not so very many years ago that anyone who chose to keep a snake snail or spider as a pet would probably have been looked on as a little strange but today keeping exotic animals is one of the fastest growing areas of the pet industry More and more people are discovering the appeal of having a pet that s just a little bit unusual and an increasing number of different species are finding their way onto specialist suppliers lists and even into traditional high street pet shops However not all exotic pets are the same and with such a variety of creatures being offered picking the right one for you and keeping it in good health can often be a confusing process this site aims to make things a lot easier for novices and knowledgeable keepers alike Filled with a wealth of information and interesting facts about a range of amphibians reptiles insects spiders and other invertebrates the unique content available here specially written exclusively for this site by knowledgeable experts provides a one stop source of practical guidance for the UK pet keeper Looking after any pet is a serious responsibility and these species are certainly no exception so the more you know about your animal and its particular requirements the better you ll be able to care for it Covering everything from the tanks and essential equipment needed to finding a vet this site provides a valuable and comprehensive resource for anyone interested in keeping exotic pets a Which will appear looking like KeepingExoticPets co uk It s not so very many years ago that anyone who chose to keep a snake snail or spider as a pet would probably have been looked on as a little strange but today keeping exotic animals is one of the fastest growing areas of the pet industry More and more people are discovering the appeal of having a pet that s just a little bit unusual and an increasing number of different species are finding their way onto specialist suppliers lists and even into traditional high street pet shops However not all exotic pets are the same and with such a variety of creatures being offered picking the right one for you and keeping it in good health can often be a confusing process this site aims to make things a lot easier for novices and knowledgeable keepers alike Filled with a

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  • RSS News Feed
    RSS allows you to display highlights of our latest articles on your own site How do I start using the KeepingExoticPets RSS feed You will need a news reader which will check our feed let you read any new articles that have been added There are many different versions available with some using a web browser and some being downloadable applications Subscribing using the RSS button You can subscribe to the KeepingExoticPets RSS feed in a number of ways including Drag the orange RSS button into your News Reader Drag the URL of the RSS feed into your News Reader Cut and paste the URL of the RSS feed into your News Reader Programming using our RSS feed Our RSS feed is located at www keepingexoticpets co uk keepingexoticpetsrss xml Previous Page Next Page Related Articles in the Site Information Category Cookies Policy Discussions Guidelines Tell Us Your Story Guidelines for Submitting Comments Use Our Content RSS News Feed Listings FAQ Link To Us About Our Site Contact Us Disclaimer Notice IP Copyright Notice Terms of Use and Privacy Notice Topics Questionnaires Need to Know Faqs Ask Our Experts Care Guides Costs Regulation Health Safety Housing Equipment Invertebrate Pets Pet

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  • Terms of Use and Privacy Notice
    is committed to protecting your privacy We will only use information collected lawfully in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 There are two kinds of information that we track from our users non specific information and specific personal information In the first case we track the non specific information by IP address from which we cannot identify a user or any personal details This information is merely to identify trends in order for us to focus on future content In the second case we collect the information you provide when registering with us and from questions which we receive We do not ask for any sensitive information We use the information which we collect solely to inform you of new articles or features on a monthly basis We will not share your name address or other details with any third party without your consent You can check the information we hold about you by emailing us at email protected If you find any inaccuracies we will delete or correct them promptly If for any reason you no longer wish to receive any information send an email message to email protected with the words remove me in the subject line

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  • Swifts and Fence Lizards
    30 x 12 x 16 inches 75x30x40cm will be adequate for a male and two females though a larger tank would be better Sceloporus are territorial animals so it s unwise to house males together A good lid is also essential as these lizards can jump surprisingly well Woodland and grassland species can be kept on a floor of purpose bought bark chippings sterile compost or sphagnum while desert species will require drier sandier conditions The tank should also contain plenty of hiding places cork bark caves along with suitable logs and stones for clambering over and a shallow water bowl The heating requirements vary slightly with the species but as a general rule the daytime temperature should be around 25 30 degrees C 77 86F with a warmer basking area and a night time drop to 16 or 20C 62 68F though tropical or desert dwellers will probably like a little more warmth Most Sceloporus keepers tend to use ceramic heaters or spot lamps to achieve these requirements rather than heat mats or hot rocks largely because these lizards often burrow and digging themselves down onto heaters runs the risk of getting severe burns Your pets will also need exposure to a suitable UVB source for 12 hours a day to stay healthy Food and Feeding These lizards are carnivorous actively hunting their prey which in the wild comprises a wide range of insects and other assorted arthropods In captivity almost any appropriately sized live food will be acceptable from the normal standbys of crickets and mealworms to any wild caught garden insects larvae and earthworms Sceloporus seem to do best if they have a number of different foods in their diet so it s worth trying to replicate something of the variety they would naturally encounter whenever you

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  • Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Pet Snake?
    as a badger 6 Where is your snake s Jacobson s organ and how is it used a It is the name given to the pits along some snakes lips that help them sense heat b It is located in front of your pet s tail and is used during mating c It is in the roof of your pet s mouth and it is used in tasting smelling the air 7 How easy is it to incubate Boa Constrictor eggs in captivity a Completely impossible b Very difficult they need precisely controlled conditions to hatch c No more difficult than the eggs of any other snake species 8 How long could a pet corn snake live if properly cared for a 1 2 years b 15 20 years c 40 50 years 9 Do some snakes really still have legs a Well sort of pythons and boas have spurs either side of their vents and internally they have tiny remnants of hind leg bones b No you must be getting confused with the likes of skinks burrowing lizards that have very small legs c Yes most snakes have internal legs you just can t see them unless you x ray the animal 10 Strange though it sounds a snake s heart is adapted to help it feed How a The snake can stop its heart from beating so the sound doesn t alert its prey b It can be safely moved aside by food passing through the snake s gut avoiding damage to the organ c It has six chambers to improve blood oxygenation and allowing the snake able to strike its prey quickly Quiz Answers 1 The idea that snakes hypnotise their prey is a fairy story and while it is true that most snakes are fairly short sighted the real reason is c they have no eyelids 2 The answer s a it ll be shedding fairly soon 3 The whole forked tongue is a sting thing is an age old myth the answer is of course b it s tasting the air and it s a perfectly normal sign of a healthy snake taking an interest in its surroundings 4 Also known as the Fierce Snake the Taipan is the world s most venomous land snake making the answer b 5 It s a They are all completely deaf although they can feel vibrations through their bodies 6 Although many colubrid species possess specialised organs around their vents that are used in mating and some other snakes including pit vipers and pythons do have infra red sensors located in pits in their lips to help them hunt prey the answer is c The Jacobson s or vomeronasal organ is in the roof of your pet s mouth and it is used in tasting smelling the air it s where the snake s tongue deposits the scent molecules it picks up with all that tongue flicking 7 It s a completely impossible Boas don t lay eggs

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