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Controlling Citizen Cane. Should you kill that Cane Toad?
Interview: Peter Krauss. A life full of incredible adventures – and reptiles.
Snake Catching and the Serpents of South East Queensland.
Ben’s Reptiles 101: ‘To have and to hold’
iHerp at LARGE.
Revamped Reptiles a Hit at Kellyville.
Your Pic. ‘Forest Guardian.’
Legitimising Latin. The Lasting Legacy of Carl Linnaeus.
The Eye of the Storm. Herps and Hurricanes in the Caribbean.
Limbless Locomotion. How serpents have adapted to life without legs.
Interview: Sheer Magic! Wayne and Deb Larks from ‘Morelia Magic’.
Think BIG! Large outdoor lizard enclosures with Peter Krauss.
Vote 1 Greens! Captive Husbandry of the Emerald Tree Monitor.
Ben’s Reptiles 101: Reptile FAQs – ‘Myth-busters’ Part Two.
Your pic. Peculiar Patterns….
Medicine Market. Qing Ping market has been implicated in the sale of protected species.
The Greening of Guayaquil. Urban Iguanas in Ecuador.
Field Diary: Cairns and Beyond. A region that is on every herper’s bucket list.
The Sleepy Lizard survey. Still going strong after nearly 40 years.
Historical Herpetology. The good Doctor: John White.
Nev goes North…TAKE 3! Neville Burns travels to a special forum of indigenous rangers.
Top End Survival Guide. Welcome to Australia’s ‘Final Frontier’.
Snake Catching in the Blood…. The Irulas of Tamil Nadu.
Snake Oil. A booming trade in traditional medicine is threatening reptile conservation.
Ben’s Reptiles 101: Breeding Beardies.
Please Explain. Why do snakes and lizards always poke their tongues out?
Best Blogs. Overindulgence!
The Trouble with Snake Translocations: Help or Hindrance?
Herping Upper Amazonia. Eco-tourism in Northern Guyana.
Update: Turtles in Trouble? Important Conservation Project in Jeopardy.