Mniarogekko chahoua
Hemidactylus triedrus
This is a very nice shot of a Green Tree python hatching that was captured by Vladimir Odinchenko and shared by the International Herpetological Symposium. 

This is a very nice shot of a Green Tree python hatching that was captured by Vladimir Odinchenko and shared by the International Herpetological Symposium. 

Ebenavia inunguis. Madagascar’s miniaturized version of cat geckos.By Eric Nielsen

Ebenavia inunguis. Madagascar’s miniaturized version of cat geckos.
By Eric Nielsen

Look carefully, both are pure Indian Pythons (Python molurus molurus), but these two hail from different locations within the snakes natural range (like the King cobra pictured, it is not a hybrid if an animal from Thailand is bred with a Chinese animal as long as the genus and species name are the same). The Indian Python on the left comes from mainland/southern India while the baby on the right was from Pakistan.By Paul Bodnar.

Look carefully, both are pure Indian Pythons (Python molurus molurus), but these two hail from different locations within the snakes natural range (like the King cobra pictured, it is not a hybrid if an animal from Thailand is bred with a Chinese animal as long as the genus and species name are the same). The Indian Python on the left comes from mainland/southern India while the baby on the right was from Pakistan.
By Paul Bodnar.

herplove:

Rainbow Boa - Epicrates cenchria

herplove:

Rainbow Boa - Epicrates cenchria

nosdrinker:

420core:

good

the reptilians have seized control

What if my Leopard Geckos are part of this agenda??

zombies-and-glitter:

Look at this dumbass.  There is no part of the mouse in his mouth.  He’s just got it squished between his body and his head.  I have no words. …

zombies-and-glitter:

Look at this dumbass.
There is no part of the mouse in his mouth.
He’s just got it squished between his body and his head.
I have no words. …

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