Ever been envenomated by a reptile? Many of us thankfully haven’t, in most Western countries venomous keepers survive envenomation. Here’s a GRAPHICALLY detailed account of one envenomation with photos.
Rinkhals Cobras are a venomous species being kept in herpetoculture. Cobras as all elapid snakes are venomous.
Costa Rica is where we find Tales & Trails in this issue!
Sara Viernum of the Wandering Herpetologist talks about reptile mites & how to best treat them.
Red Tail Boas are an incredible species to work with as Sarah Hagen shares with us.
Dumeril’s Boa Captive Care is covered in exquisite detail by Lillie Nyte in Jewel of Madagascar Dumeril’s Boa
What Reptile Keeping has done for Me is an honest look at the responsibility of true reptile collecting.
False Water Cobras can be a handful as experience has taught some people. Here’s Ashley Dezan on how she keeps this majestic species.
Changing the Laws is an examination of how one person can in fact change the legislation and preemptive mindset against herpetoculture
Tails & Trails Author Melissa Coakley writes about how to field herp appropriately.