Fast Five Facts - Bearded Dragons

Fast Five Facts - Bearded Dragons

by Karen Nilsson
                            Bearded dragons can run up to 14.5 kms per hour. But for the mostly they are quite sedentary lizards. They love to bask and cuddle.Bearded dragon…
Fast Five Facts - Chickens

Fast Five Facts - Chickens

by Karen Nilsson
Chickens can differentiate between more than 100 faces. They can react differently to different people and even distinguish between different animals. For example they can tell which dog belongs to the family.Chickens experience REM sleep – which…
Wakey Wakey

Wakey Wakey

by Karen Nilsson
It seems like they’ve been asleep for a long time and one day when you check on them, you will find them awake and looking at you. Or you will hear them moving around their enclosure.At this point you can bathe them for a drink and waking stimulatio…
Fast Five Facts - Shinglebacks

Fast Five Facts - Shinglebacks

by Karen Nilsson
Shingleback lizardsThese large skinks are a member of the blue-tongue lizard family and can measure up to 40 cm in length.Tiliqua rugosa are not normally aggressive towards one another, but males can become territorial during mating season.Shingleba…
Fast Five Facts - Reptile First Aid

Fast Five Facts - Reptile First Aid

by Karen Nilsson
If your reptiles sustains a cut or wound you can soak the reptile in warmish chest deep water to which Betadine has been added. Add enough Betadine to the water to make a medium tea color. Leave in the tub for 15-20 minutes, refreshing as necessary.…