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Welcome to Reptile and Amphibians Problems! We’re a website dedicated to helping reptile owners and enthusiasts care for their beloved pets. Our team of experts has years of experience researching, caring for, and solving any issue that may come up with your reptiles.

Whether you have questions about proper habitats, dietary needs, health issues, or anything else relating to reptiles, we’ve got you covered. We understand that caring for a reptile can be stressful and confusing; our mission is to provide the knowledge and resources necessary to make your pet happy and healthy.

Our team comprises certified veterinarians, biologists, zoologists, and other reptile enthusiasts. We are passionate about helping reptiles and giving them the best life possible. We aim to ensure you have all the information and support you need to provide a healthy, safe environment for your reptile.

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Thank you for visiting Reptile Problems! We hope our website will help make caring for reptiles easier and more enjoyable.

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  • Can Slow Worms Climb? A Comprehensive Look at Their Climbing Abilities

    Can Slow Worms Climb? A Comprehensive Look at Their Climbing Abilities

    Slow worms are legless lizards, and they are not capable of climbing like snakes. They are primarily ground-dwelling creatures and spend most of their time on the ground or burrowing in soil. However they can climb a little bit on low vegetation or rocks, but they are not adept climbers like some other species of…

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  • Are Slow Worms Dangerous to Cats? Expert Answers

    Are Slow Worms Dangerous to Cats? Expert Answers

    No, slow worms are not dangerous to cats. Slow worms are a type of legless lizard that are harmless to both cats and humans. They are not venomous or aggressive, and they typically avoid confrontation by hiding or playing dead when threatened. However, it’s important to note that cats may still try to chase or…

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