GrizzlyRun Request a Listing
Contact Us
SEARCH     IN     search  
  Home \  Pet Directory \ Amphibians \ Frogs \ Horned Frog \ Horned Frog Q and A \ Articles
Submit an Article
Request A Listing
June 26, 2009

Bacterial Skin Disease in Lizards

Researchers are working to slow the spread of a common skin disease from captive-bred to wild lizards.
June 13, 2009

Potentially Fatal Salmonella Infections from Pet Turtles

Turtles may look like cute pets, but it is estimated that they are responsible for over 70,000 cases of Salmonella infections every year in this country.
May 21, 2009

Amphibian's in Trouble - the chytrid fungus in frogs and amphibians

There are plenty of unanswered questions about the chytrid fungus in frogs and amphibians, but one thing seems certain: action must be taken to confront this slowly unfolding crisis. The modern epidemic of chytrid fungus first came to international attention in 1999, when biologists described a new species of chytrid fungus called Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, or Bd for short. Within a few years, field biologists were blaming massive amphibian kills throughout the world on Bd, which flourishe
Showing Results 1-3 of 3 Total       Page 1

Terrarium Heaters
Terrarium Heaters
Ideal for humid or rainforest terrariums For under tank or tank wall mounting Conductive heat source for reptiles, arachnids and amphibians Helps in thermo-regulating, important for metabolism, digestion, appetite and activity. Safe, even heat distribution. The Rainforest substrate heater simulates a heated forest floor of tropical areas. The sun is often blocked by trees and clear skies are alternated by cloudy conditions in tropical areas or rainforests. Heavy rainfall keeps the soil often moist what results in a high air humidity, especially when the sun breaks through the clouds and heats up the moist soil. Because of the climatological conditions, the soil or substrate never heat up to the extreme like in desert environments. The power of the Heat Wave Rainforest substrate heater is designed to create these conditions in the terrarium. Perfect for bottom dwellers when mounted under the terrarium. Perfect for tree bottom reptiles when mounted on the back or the sides of the terrarium.
Page Last Updated: Monday, August 17, 2009 20:29 EST
© 2005 - About Us | Advertise | Contact Us