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Rethinking Reptile Lighting - Part 4

Often, we base husbandry practices on common sense and what has proven to work in the past, and many keepers provide specialized lighting only for species that need it to survive …

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Rethinking Reptile Lighting - Part 3

The process of vitamin D synthesis in the skin of animals upon exposure to UVB is fascinating. Cholesterols in the skin are converted to a molecule known as previtamin D3 …

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Rethinking Reptile Lighting - Part 2

The term “light” is typically associated with vision, and because people are the ones doing the research, we have identified the visual portion of the electromagnetic spectrum…

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Rethinking Reptile Lighting - Part 1

In the early 1940s, our knowledge of the effects of light on reptiles and amphibians was very limited. It wasn’t until 1944 that we learned of the amazing ability …

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Why locking your pet dog in the car is not a great idea

Just as it is for humans, summer is a testing time for canines too. Concerned pet owners often alert the RSPCA …

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Why pets shed and how to control it

It is mainly secondary hairs that are more prone to shed and usually it is the dead or damaged hairs that are the main contributors to the amount and frequency of a pet shedding.

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