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Exotics Keeper – Oct 2021

This issue focuses on species shrouded in folklore. From fire salamanders stranded on mountains to blood-sucking vampire bats, cryptic monitors and the world’s strangest lizard, the thorny devil. Our team have been busy visiting various zoos, conservation projects and breeding facilities to maximise our video content. Also, keep an eye out for an exclusive interview about the first Tuatara’s bred outside of New Zealand, and much more.

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Exotics Keeper – Sep 2021

This issue we explore the meaning of ‘exotic’ and whether that has an impact on our perspective of conservation. We also break down some of the best herping holidays across the world, particularly for budget backpackers. Blue Iguana Conservation also give us insight into their success in breeding some of the last remaining Cyclura lewisi. Finally, we uncover some of the lesser-known aspects of leopard gecko history, helping us explain why they are such popular pets.

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Exotics Keeper – August 2021

This month, Jim Foster of ARC Trust and Gabriel Cohen explain the impact of invasive species at home and across the world. Eleanor Chubb, European lead at the TSA tells us how we should be caring for tortoises. Max Pedley shares his thoughts on the best ‘pet’ fish from puffers to Oscars. We catch up with some of the smaller zoos who faced challenges throughout the pandemic, and we address the biggest misconceptions in reptile husbandry in our ‘top 10’ feature.

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Exotics Keeper – July 2021

This month, Emmy winning filmmaker and zoologist, Rob Pilley shows us how to keep reptiles outdoors. Marine biologist, Hannah Rudd talks sea turtle conservation. We break down the carpet python species from across Australia and Zoo Med give us an exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ look at what goes into their products. Matthew Rendle RVN takes on the expert opinion on providing ‘choice’ for beardies. All this plus exotics news, species spotlights and fascinating facts.

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Exotics Keeper – June 2021

This month , we look at wild cockatoos and how our understanding of these parrots could be slightly sugar-coated. We also look at crested geckos and how our new approach to husbandry helps mimic wild conditions. Manchester Museum share their success in breeding Atelopus varius with the help of Panamanian authorities. Finally, we aim to explain some the recent breakthroughs in understanding Axolotl regeneration. All this plus news, expert opinion and more.

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Exotics Keeper – May 2021

After being lost for decades, we investigate the reptiles in the ‘Lazarus’ taxon and their mysterious disappearances. Lampropeltis species are often overshadowed by corn snakes prompting breeders and hobbyists give us their thoughts on the genus. Hannah Rudd, Marine Biologist explains the perils that sharks are facing. Monkey World talks us through new legislations to protect primates. All this plus news, species spotlights, expert opinion and more.

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Exotics Keeper – April 2021

Dr Jonathon Howard (BeardieVet) discusses wild bearded dragons and re-thinking the way we keep these much-loved lizards. Chester Zoo shares breakthroughs with golden mantellas that could strengthen the relationship between zoos and the private sector. Harvey & Tom at Celtic Reptile and Amphibian give us an exclusive interview from a new generation of forward-thinking herpetologists. Dr David Pool discusses Cichlids. Plus all the usual features.

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Exotics Keeper – March 2021

Ben Tapley, Curator of Herpetology at ZSL speaks to us about a new Chytrid fungus affecting amphibians around the world. We dive into the world of Betta with Max Pedley. Aimee Jones shares her experience with wild leaf tailed geckos in Madagascar and we discuss eight of the most interesting Arachnids in the trade. All of this, plus the usual exotics news, species spotlights, fascinating facts and expert opinions.

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Exotics Keeper – Feb 2021

We catch up with Sean Collinson and Brian Stevens on breeding Emerald Tree Boas, the difference between the Amazon Basins and Northern Emerald Tree Boas, and the future of this species. Several UK keepers talk about their mischievous meerkats and how to care for them. Dr Suzanne Mills give us an insight into the anemone as we explore the world of clownfish. Plus exotic news, species spotlight, fascinating fact and expert opinion.
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Exotics Keeper – Jan 2021

In this edition, why sugar gliders are so popular, and Colin Stevenson from Crocodiles of the World introduces us to a few of the rather less cuddly animals he works with.

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Exotics Keeper – Dec 2020

A guide to making bioactive setups for desert reptiles such as the leopard gecko – a big but rewarding project gaining popularity in the herp-keeping hobby.

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Exotics Keeper – Nov 2020

This first edition explores some of the most iconic, unusual, and attractive pet species on the planet and we speak to the zoologists and specialists who work with them.

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