As an experienced reptile keeper, you know that there are countless species of reptiles to choose from. While many people tend to focus on the most popular types of reptiles, it’s also important to note that some of them are not as common – or easy to find. That said, if you’re looking for a challenge and would like something new and exciting in your home (or office or wherever else you keep your pet), here’s a list of some of the most sought after reptiles:
Here’s a list of some of the most sought after reptiles:
- The crested gecko. This is a popular lizard that will cost you anywhere from $20 to $50, depending on its size and whether or not it’s captive bred. They’re easy to care for, but they do require a bit more attention than other lizards because of their special diet requirements–they eat insects and aren’t big fans of vegetables or greens.
- The bearded dragon is another popular choice for reptile lovers looking for something exotic in their homes. These guys have been around since the early 1900s when they were first discovered in Australia; today, there are many different kinds available from breeders around the world! Bearded dragons can be bought online or at pet stores that specialize in reptiles like PetSmart or Petco (which both have locations near me)
Bearded Dragons are the most popular reptile in the world. They’re omnivores, meaning they can eat both plants and animals. This makes them very easy to care for, but you should still make sure that your bearded dragon has a proper diet of greens and insects (they love crickets!).
Bearded Dragons grow to be about a foot long, which is pretty big for an indoor lizard!
Corn snakes are a popular pet snake, as they are usually very calm and friendly. They can be found in a wide range of colors, including albino and red phase (the latter being more common). Corn snakes make good starter snakes for kids because they are easy to care for and don’t require much space.
Leopard Geckos are one of the most popular reptiles to own as pets. They are easy to care for and have a relatively calm temperament, which makes them great for beginners.
Leopard Geckos eat crickets, mealworms, waxworms and super worms. You should feed your Leopard Gecko two or three times per week depending on its size (the smaller they are the more often you’ll need to feed them). You can also offer occasional pieces of fruits or vegetables like melon slices or carrots if you want something different than just bugs!
Ball pythons are one of the most popular snakes to own as a pet. They are easy to care for, and they make good pets for children. Ball pythons also have a long lifespan, which means that you can enjoy your ball python for many years after you buy it!
The price of these reptiles varies depending on their age and size. The younger ones are usually more expensive than the older ones because there’s still time left before they reach adulthood. You can expect to spend anywhere from $100-$250 on one at any given time if you shop around online or visit local shops that specialize in reptiles (like PetSmart).
Green Tree Pythons
Green Tree Pythons are one of the most popular snakes to own as pets. They have striking green, black and yellow patterns that make them easy to identify, and they are relatively small in size. In fact, they can grow up to 5 feet long!
They are also very social animals who need a lot of attention from their owners; this means you’ll have plenty of time for bonding with your new pet.
Albino Ball Pythons
Albino Ball Pythons are a rare mutation of the Ball Python, which is a type of snake. They have white scales with pink eyes and are very expensive. They are not a good pet for beginners because they are very hard to care for and require extra attention from their owners.
The most popular reptiles to own as pets.
- Bearded Dragons: These reptiles are extremely popular as pets. They’re easy to care for and can be trained to come when called, making them great for children’s birthday parties.
- Corn Snakes: These snakes are often used in laboratories because they don’t have poison fangs like other snakes do, so they don’t hurt anyone if they bite you (which is pretty unlikely anyway). If you’ve ever seen a movie about scientists doing experiments on animals, chances are that one was a corn snake!
- Leopard Geckos: This lizard is known for its ability to change color over time depending on what environment it’s living in–it actually uses its skin cells as camouflage! You’ll find these guys hanging out under rocks or trees in the wilds of Australia most days; but if yours escapes into your house while you’re sleeping at night…we can’t promise anything good will happen after that point…so maybe try not letting them escape?
The list of reptiles is long and there are many types to choose from. It’s important that you do your research before purchasing one so that you know what kind of care it needs, its size and if it will be compatible with other pets in your home (if any). Reptiles can live for decades so make sure that you’re ready for this commitment!