No, this isn't asking that birds and the bees type of question. I'm talking about the physical location of where your exotic pet originated. The wild? A breeder? You may not like the answers you find but it's the truth. See where YOUR exotic pet is from.
Most lizards have tails and every once in awhile a lizard somewhere injures that tail. Bites, door slams, lid closures, and even rocks falling in the enclosure can all be the cause of injury but how do you know what to do? Some lizards lose their tails while other need their tails to keep their balance. Learn all about Reptile Tail Injuries in case your lizard ever hurts his tail.
If you are one of the many people who suffer from allergies to pets then listen up! There are several kinds of pets that you most likely won't have a problem with including geckos, crabs, and even one you've probably never heard of - a skinny pig! Check out the "5 Best Exotic Pets for Allergy Sufferers" to see what some of your best options are.
From the makers of "The Elephant in the Living Room" comes a new web series called "American Exotic." Like the documentary, this series dives into the lives of people who love their large, wild, dangerous exotic pets in America. There is currently a Kickstarter campaign to raise money so this series can be made available free of charge to everyone, not just on cable TV. Please consider donating!