This category contains personal pages about reptiles and amphibians. Turtles, tortoises, frogs and toads are classified as amphibians. Snakes and lizards are classified as reptiles.

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Aaron's Herp Page
Caresheets about lizards, amphibians and snakes. Pictures of crocodiles and alligators available. Featuring herp link.
Aino's Skink Page
Information on caring for a Schneider's skink.
All about Leopard Geckos
Care sheet, tank set up, pictures and links.
Berber Skink
Care sheet and pictures.
Elliott the Bearded Dragon
Pictures, care, books and links.
Frank and Kate's Web Page
Information on long term breeding of reptiles and amphibians in captivity.
Herper.com
Natural history and husbandry of reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates.
Ians Vivarium
Photo illustrated corn snake morphguide, care sheets for several species of reptile, and an international community of reptile owners.
Jounipaakkinen
Information about Japanese fire-bellied newt. (English, Finnish)
Kurt Kuene's Small Animals
Contains tips on terrariums, feeding and hibernation. Also includes information on raising ants. Available in English and German.
Mike's Reptile Room
General care, pictures, links and cage setting.
Mormel ltd.
Habitat information, pictures, anatomy, diseases and feedings. Mostly about snakes.
Morpheus' Realm
Snake pictures and reptile links as well as information about this website's owner.
Pecks Reptiles
Provides news and facts on all aspects of herp care.
Reptiles As Pets
Information on caring for iguanas, anoles and corn snakes.
Saskia's Herp Pics Page
Pictures and links of various reptiles and amphibians.
Schneider's Skink
Features care sheet, behavior, housing, feeding, health, pictures, and resources.
Tim's Snake Den
Pictures and information.
Zogbu's Mini-Zoo
Information on captive care of the veiled chameleon, green tree frog, green anole, flying gecko and Chinese fire-bellied toad.
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