Snake Guides

Colubrid Snakes

Hognose

Hognose

About The Hognose This snake is the most unusual looking, with a pig looking nose, it is fair to say loving their appearance is a bit marmite. Hognoses are great are burrowing in soil and leaves, their nose acts as a shovel and allow them into places of security. Most...

Milk Snake

Milk Snake

Milk Snake FactsScientific name: Lampropeltis triangulum Size: 3 – 5ft Lifespan: 15 – 25 years Wild Population: 25,000+ Primary Colour: Colour bands (most commonly Red, White & Black) Endangerment: Common Habitat: United States Difficulty of Keeping: Easy Optimum...

King Snake

King Snake

King Snake FactsScientific name: Lampropeltis getula californiae Size: 3 – 6ft Lifespan: 15 – 20 years Wild Population: 9,000+ Primary Colours: Black, Grey & White Endangerment: Common, some species becoming endangered. Habitat: United States Difficulty of...

Corn Snake

Corn Snake

Corn Snake FactsScientific name: Pantherophis guttatus Size: 3 – 5ft Lifespan: 15 – 25 years Wild Population: 20,000+ Primary Colour: Orange (More On The Corn Snakes Appearance Here!) Endangerment: Common Habitat: South-East United States Difficulty of Keeping: Easy...

Pythons

Green Tree Python

Green Tree Python

Green Tree Python FactsScientific name: Morelia viridis Size: 4 – 6ft Lifespan: Approx 20 years Wild Population: 5,000+ Primary Colour: Green Endangerment: Common Habitat: Indonesia, Australia, Papua New Guinea Difficulty of Keeping: Very Challenging, Ideal For...

Banana Ball Python

Banana Ball Python

Banana Ball Pythons The infamous banana ball python is one of the most beautiful single combination morph. Though there are some morphs of the banana python that we would avoid, such as the banana and the spider gene combined due to the head wobble from the spider...

Burmese Python

Burmese Python

About Burmese Pythons Burmese pythons in the category of the top 3 largest snakes on the planet. These awesomely sized snakes are the most commonly kept for large snake enthusiasts. Their nature is docile and experienced keepers can really tame down the majority of...

Royal Python

Royal Python

Royal Python FactsScientific name: Python regius Size: 3 – 5ft Lifespan: up to 30+ years Population: 50,000+ Primary Colour: Black & Yellow Endangerment: Common Habitat: Africa Difficulty of Keeping: Easy Optimum environment Temperature: 95°F hotspot with ambient...

Reticulated Python

Reticulated Python

Reticulated Python FactsScientific name: Python reticulatus Size: 8 – 34ft Lifespan: 15 – 20 years Wild Population: 7,000+ Primary Colour: Patterned Endangerment: Common Habitat: South & South-East Asia Difficulty of Keeping: Difficult Optimum environment...

Boa’s

Brazilian Rainbow Boa

Brazilian Rainbow Boa

About The snake that always looks like it is photoshopped because it is so beautiful. The Brazilian rainbow boa is an amazon reptile and is famous for its iridescence which looks like oil in water. The BRB is a great pet snake, as for first time owners it is a good...

Amazon Tree Boa

Amazon Tree Boa

About The Amazon Tree Boa Unquestionably one of the most striking looking snakes in the world, but at ReptileKingdoms we would second the amazon tree boa to the green tree python. As they name suggest this species of snake spending the majority of its life within the...

Boa Constrictor

Boa Constrictor

Boa Constrictor FactsSize: 5 – 11ft Lifespan: 20 – 25 years Wild Population: 50,000+ Primary Colour: Brown, Black & Red Tail Endangerment: Common Habitat: South-East United States, Most of South America. Difficulty of Keeping: Moderate (experience a previous snake...