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Frogs and Amphibians Highlight Image. Green frog on branch.

Starting their life as an egg, these animals go through a metamorphosis as a larval juvenile to their adult form. Access to high humidity and moisture is a key when keeping any amphibian.

Lizards and Geckos Highlight Image. Chameleon

These reptiles come from all over the world, in all habitats and countries except Antarctica. They range in size from the smallest geckos in the world, dwarf gecko, to the largest lizards, the Komodo Dragon.

Snake Highlight Image. Snake

Living their lives without legs, these reptiles have adapted to be some of the most efficient predators that have ever existed. They are able to see heat given off by their prey, eat it whole, and are able to move up to 12 mph!

Turtle and Tortoises highlight.

These shelled reptiles date back millions of years. They can be found in oceans, deserts, forests, and lakes around the world. With some species able to live up to 250 years, these amazing animals are a lifelong pet.

4 reptiles: snake, bearded dragon lizard, turtle and chameleon

Top Ten Care Tips

Zilla Care

Reptiles and amphibians are unique, interesting animals that family and friends will enjoy learning about. Carefully research which pet type will best suit you or your family.

Trade Shows

& Upcoming Events

Zilla products often makes appearances and provides support to many reptile shows across the country. Please click the "See Events" box below to look for an event near you or to submit a request to add your reptile event to our list.

Zilla reptile products at trade show



Field Herping with Zilla: Snake Road, Shawnee National Forest

While many people keep reptiles and amphibians as pets, there is an entirely different world available to those who enjoy these awesome creatures – the world of field herping.


Reptile Lab Feature: What is the Zilla Lab?

In the Zilla Lab, we work with reptiles and amphibians from around the world. From common pets such as Leopard Geckos and Corn Snakes, to some of the most threatened species in the wild, like the Borneo Earless Monitor.