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Frogs & Spiders
Many new snakes, spiders, frogs, scorpions and other reptiles & arachnids arriving daily!
If you don't see what you are looking for in the many pictures on this site, not to worry.
We deal with so many exotic pets that it's not possible to keep pictures of every exotic pet online.
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"Hey my husband and I would like to thank you for the prior order you sent to us. All of the turtles are doing well and the kids here love them.
We just placed another order as you can tell. We are very pleased with the way you run a business.
Bill and Ashley Notto"
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We specialize in the exotic, hard to find reptiles, spiders, hermit crabs
and animals that you'd have a tough time finding anywhere.
Take a minute and let us know... we'll take a look around for you!
Turtles, Lizards, Frogs, Snakes, Hermit Crabs, Scorpions, Tortoises, Salamanders, Tarantulas and More!
Where can someone shop online and not only purchases their animals' supplies
but also experience pleasant outdoor images instead of a scanned picture of the item(s) for sale?
Along with providing our animals with natural enclosures, we are expanding the reptile supplies we offer to our customers. Now you will be able to see real pictures of our supplies in a wonderful outdoor setting. These new unique outdoor images we hope will help you to understand and appreciate the quality care we have for our business. We hope you enjoy our expanded new Reptile Supply pages and thanks again for shopping at Reptile City.
Frogs and toads all share similar chracteristics, which makes providing habitats for them easier than many other pets... Read More ??
Maligned by politics and hysteria, as well as television and film, the Python is an extremely intelligent and passive animal that makes a great pet, providing you feed and care for it properly... Read More ??
Soaking is a very crucial element in the proper care of your tortoise. It assists in keeping your tortoise hydrated, which in turn helps to keep the tortoise's system flushed... Read More ??
Our collection includes Anoles, Chameleons, Geckos, Iguanids, Monitors, Skins and Bearded Dragons.... Read More ??
All species of scorpion are venomous. While only a very small number of the over 1050 known species are dangerous to humans, if you are potential food for the scorpion, then scorpion stings would be deadly. Read More ??
All semi-aquatic turtles require many of the same features in their captive habitats. I will focus on the basics that you will need to keep your aquatic friends alive and happy... Read More ??
These salamanders and newts make great pets, though they are getting harder to find in most pet stores... Read More ??
Basic tarantula care for all species is fairly similar. There are two main types of tarantulas: arboreal and terrestrial. The two do require different setups, but the setups all require the same basic items... Read More ??
Coenobita pelatus also known as (Strawberries) have started to surface in the United States. Reptile City is the first dealer to have these available to customer nationwide... Read More ??
Americans spend over 1.5 billion dollars each year on reptiles and their supplies.
Many of us have no idea where these animals are coming from
or what types of methods were used to transfer those animals into the United States.
Think about that for a second.
The United States sends thousands of gallons of oil, gas, and other liquids, in 55gal drums to other countries. What happens to these drums once empty? Unfortunately, many of these empty drums are placed in the jungle to be used as temporary holding pins for lizards, snakes, turtles, and other reptiles. Why would anyone walk back through the jungle with one or two frogs when they can put 500 or more in these "free" drums? The animals are fine for the few hours inside these large drums. Then they are packed and sent to dealers in the US.
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Red Slider Turtle (babies) 4.99
Sea Blue Iguana's (big-babies) 59.99
Nile Monitor (c.b. babies) 49.99
Blue Tongue Skink (babies) 199.99
Razorback Musk Turtles 49.99
Albino Bull Frog (sm/med) 49.99
Leopard Tortoises (c.b. babies) 249.99
Hermit Crabs (sm/med) 4.99
Stripeknee Tarantula (adults) 39.99
Mata Mata Turtles (6-7 inch) 299.99
Flying Gecko (adults) 29.99
Ball Python (2018-babies) 39.99
Rainbow Whiptail Lizards (sm/med) 29.99
Eastern Collard Lizards (adults) 49.99
Western Green Toads (sm/med) 19.99
CA Wood Turtles (4-5 inch) 79.99
Tokay Gecko (adults) 9.99
Red Eye Armored Skink (adults) 249.99
Argentine Red Tegu (small) 299.99
Red-Flame Iguana (big-babies) 49.99
Marble Salamanders 29.99
Bearded Dragon (c.b. babies) 49.99
Ecuadorian Hermit Crabs (sm/med) 14.99
Brazilian Rainbow Boa (babies) 249.99
Mexican Red-Knee Tarantula (3 inch) 119.99
Ornate Box Turtle (babies) 199.99
Frill Dragons (c.b. babies) 249.99
Gray Banded Kingsnake (babies) 199.99
Jackson Chameleon (adults) 49.99
Snappers Turtles (babies) 29.99
Flat Rock Scorpions (adults) 39.99
Green Tree Monitors (juveniles) 899.99
Savannah Monitors (2018-babies) 49.99
Metallic Pink-Toe Tarantula (adults) 39.99
Columbian RedTail Boa (c.b. babies) 149.99
Argentine B/W Tegu (sm/med) 249.99
I received some lizards from you last Friday. I wanted to take a moment to tell you how impressed I was when I opened the box. They were much more lively than I thought they would be after making such a trip....some even ate a few crickets immediately.
They are all doing very well and I look forward to adding more very soon.
You probably get these type of emails frequently, but I wanted to send my thanks to you for the great service.