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Educational Websites

This page contains links to websites about reptiles in USA - by category, in the category of "Educational Websites", that we have found to date.

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Siar Anthranir Reptiles

Lots of information about natural environment, care and health of BoaConstrictors.

Colubrids - general

"Much has been written about other members of the Lampropeltis getula species complex, and it is our intent to provide some information regarding this often overlooked subspecies. It is hoped that others will be able to contribute to this site with observations and data on the Black Kingsnake throughout its range and we intend to make continual contributions ourselves in the form of field observations and locality photographs.

Carolina Corn

This website is here to help all corn snake owners, beginner and advanced. Please, look through the pages (listed on the left of the screen) to see if you can answer questions like "My snake won't eat, what do I do?" or "How do I keep a corn snake healthy?". If you don't know where to begin, go to the NEW Frequently Asked Questions page, and it will direct you to your answers.

The Mountain Kingsnake Enthusiast's Site

Natural history, distribution etc. Very Good site

Geckos of the Southwestern United States

Geckos of the Southwestern United States.

General Reptile Care
Animals in Science - Minnesota Branch AALAS

Animals are used in science for many purposes. We study animals to learn about the animals themselves, and to learn about ourselves. The results of these studies are better health and well-being for both humans and animals.
Care of Snakes, Box Turtles, Water Turtles, and Lizards (Iguanas)

Bay Area Amphibian and Reptile Society (BAARS)

BAARS is an educational and conservational group of amateur and professional herpetologists who want to share their knowledge, enthusiasm, and friendship with others interested in these fascinating creatures.

John O. Hollister Reptile Collection and more

An "old timer" with lots of valuable information that he sahres with us.

Melissa Kaplan's Herp Care Collection - Hartford, Connecticut

This site is dedicated to getting the word out on how to properly care for several species of reptiles in captivity. Many reptiles are obtained by people with little or no knowledge of how they should be kept. Unfortunately many pet stores also give out faulty information when selling these animals. There are even some vets out there giving out faulty or incomplete information.

School of Veterinary Medicine - keeping reptiles

Southern Reptile Education

Welcome to Southern Reptile Education Your source for information, education, and conservation of the reptiles of Georgia and the Southeast. We are an organization offering a wide array of Informational Resources, Educational Programs, Conservation Initiatives, and various Services available to the general public and private organizations.

Genetics & Breeding
Cornsnake Morph Guide _ book and online info

Green Tree Pythons
Fine Green Tree Pythons

Possibly the best site on Gree Tree Pythons

High Schools - for or by
Cortland Herpetology Connection

Photo Libaries & Galleries
CalPhotos Photo Database

CalPhotos: Browse Reptile Common Names

DeadlyBeautiful Zoological,LLC

A website for Photography and sale of Reptiles. If you are looking for specimens to purchase see the "Available Specimens" gallery. Truly a special moment for me was to hold this awesome Lynx. She was just purring away and getting ready to lick my arm relentlessly.

HERPETILES Master Page, Images by Wernher Krutein


Reptile Diseases
Reptile-Associated Salmonellosis

Turtle and Tortoise
San Diego Turtle and Tortoise Society - good selection of care sheets

Care Sheet selection California Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizi)/Texas Tortoise (G.berlandieri) Water Turtle (Trachemys scripta spp.) Box Turtle (Terrapene spp.) Softshell Turtle (Trionyx spp.) Red-Foot Tortoise (Geochelone carbonaria) RussianTortoise (Testudo horsfieldii) Leopard Tortoise (Geochelone pardalis spp.) African Spurred Tortoise (Geochelone sulcata) Hingeback Tortoise (Kinixyx spp.) MISCELLANEOUS Tortoise Plants and Food Revised Plants that Poison Hybernation

Snapping Turtle Page

Reptiles live amongst us as more and more people are keeping them as pets. Banning reptiles as pets does not solve the problem nor help those which are pets already. Please join me in promoting education that will dispense with negative and misleading information surrounding the keeping of reptiles.

Turtle and Tortoise Society of Charleston, SC

Venomous Snakes
Brazos River Rattlesnake Ranch - TX

We've designed this web site to provide useful educational materials for entertainment and basic field experience purposes. We welcome visitors at the Ranch to browse around, check out the various animal exhibits, review the frequently updated web pages, visit the Trading Post, and generally have a great time! Our primary interest is to contribute to a better overall understanding of some of the things that we at the Ranch are privileged to involve ourselves with every day!

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

The Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake is a venomous snake that is fast disappearing from our landscape. This majestic and beautiful animal has become the victim of habitat destruction, roadkills, and indiscriminate assasination by unenlightened individuals.

Poisonous Reptiles Listed by State -

If you're going into the field, check the state(s) you'll be working in to see what to expect in terms of poisonous snakes. Click on a snake name to see a picture. You may be surprised at how different some of the snakes look from what you might have expected.

Rattlesnakes -

The Rattlesnake is one of the most well-known yet one of the most un-known species. Ongoing and an increasing number of studies have shown us just how diverse and adaptable these animals are to their environment. We are just beginning to find out the relationships of certain groups of rattlesnakes and aspects of their behaviors and ecology.


Zookeepers and veterinarians looking for safe handling and restraint techniques for use on venomous snakes can click here. Does your group need snake safety training? It's free for public safety officers. Special training is also available for zookeepers, veterinarians and others who are working with venomous snakes in captivity. Help, there's a snake in my house! Do you need an emergency snake removal? If you have a snake on your property, and you know exactly where it is right now, click here for instructions on what you should do next.

Venomous snakes (poisonous snakes)

Good pictures and back ground on the following:-
Canebrake or Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus)

Southern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix)

Pigmy Rattlesnake

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus)

Eastern Coral Snake (Micrurus fulvius)

Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus)

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Last update : 09/10/2007