Realm of Reptiles Exhibit at The Pet Show 2013

The Pet Show is the largest of its kind with indoor and outdoor arenas showcasing the best in animal ...

Realm of Reptiles Exhibit at The Pet Show 2013

The Pet Show is the largest of its kind with indoor and outdoor arenas showcasing the best in animal displays, pet related features, products, care and advice. So naturally, Realm of Reptiles were invited to be a part of the event! The show took place at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire which is fairly close to our […]

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Three Great Videos by Our Reptile Stores, Which is Your Favourite?

Just for a bit of fun, we asked all of our stores to make a quick video of their choice to see who could get the most views by the end of June. I’ve watched them and they’re all really good!  Coventry have made a setup guide for Crested Geckos, Milton Keynes give us an […]

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Would You Like to Work With Reptiles? Positions Currently Available at Realm of Reptiles!

Are you passionate about reptiles? Are you a hard-working, considerate, team player? Maybe you should consider employment within the Realm of Reptiles group? As our community of specialist reptile stores expands, we need good people to work with us to maintain our high standard of pet reptile retail and husbandry. We’re only interested in recruiting team […]

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Captive bred Red-Eyed Tree Frogs now in stock!

Now as a keeper with a keen interest in frogs, I reckon these are a fantastic frog to keep. I’ve kept a few frogs in the past but red eyes will out do any frog on looks on any day of the week. Many of you avid frog collectors will know how great these are […]

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Do Iguanas Make Good Pets? Alternatives to Iguanas

Now don’t get me wrong, Iguanas are really cool animals, but you need to know what you’re getting into. They are a lot more specialist compared to something like a bearded dragon. If you have thought about having an Iguana as a pet, there are a few things you definitely need to know. The first […]

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Titanoboa, did it really exist?

Titanoboa was a genus of boa that lived roughly 58-60 million years ago. It was believed to have come into being in a 10 million year period following the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. There is only one known species of the titanoboa (Titanoboa cerrejonensis). It is now the largest snake ever to have lived […]

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Do Orange Spot Agamas Get Enough Credit?

Orange Spot Agamas are such a lovely little lizard, but why don’t they get as much credit as reptiles like Bearded Dragons and Corn Snakes? Well here is my answer. Orange Spot Agamas are a relatively small lizard, only reaching a maximum of 8 inches in length and despite their lack of popularity they actually make a […]

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Why Are Corn Snakes So Popular?

Corn Snakes have long been a favourite species among reptile enthusiasts and remain one of the most popularly kept snakes in the hobby. Renowned for their calm, typically non aggressive temperament, as well as being relatively easy to keep, it’s easy to see why this species remains the number 1 choice for new reptile keepers who seek […]

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Breed Reptiles at Home? We should talk…

If you take pride in breeding and raising quality captive bred reptiles, we need to talk to you. We breed a lot of reptiles throughout the Realm of Reptiles family and have done for many years, but did you know we also source many of our reptiles from local breeders like yourself?  This has always […]

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WIN a Complete Reptile Setup of Your Choice!

Fancy a new reptile setup? For free? Of course you do! We’ve giving away a complete reptile setup to one lucky customer of Northampton Reptile Centre, Realm of Reptiles or ReptileCentre.com. How to Enter Spend £10 or more at any of the following places before 31st March 2012; Northampton Reptile Centre Realm of Reptiles – […]

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