1. Reptiles are “Low-Maintenance” Pets. Pets such as dogs and cats, though beloved by millions, require a lot of attention. Reptiles don’t. For one thing, pet reptiles don’t need to be fed every day. Every other day is fine, and some don’t even need to be fed that much.
Monitors are a very special niche of lizard species. They are by far much more intelligent that any other reptile, and even some mammals. The ability to work with such an inquisitive, intelligent and personable reptile is an amazing experience that many do not regret.
Panther Chameleons, Veiled Chameleons, and Jackson’s Chameleons are the most widespread species that kept as pets. Chameleons are solitary animals and they shouldn’t be kept with other pets. It is a very bad idea to keep two male chameleons together as they will fight and injure each other.
Keeping the African Spurred Tortoise By E. J. Pirog One of the most popular tortoises in the pet trade is the African spurred tortoise (Geochelone sulcata), because of its outgoing and animated personality along with its availability and hardiness in captivity.