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Strictly reptiles
Reptile Wholesaler | FLORIDA
Welcome to
Strictly reptiles
Reptile Wholesaler | FLORIDA

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Live Reptiles for Sale

July 31, 2017
Posted by admin

Strictly Reptiles is the home of a variety of species of live reptiles for sale. Reptiles are an ancient class of animal. There are four main classifications of reptiles:

•Crocodilia, which includes crocodiles, caimans, and alligators, with 23 species in this group
•Sphenodontia, which include tuataras, with two living species in this group
•Squamata, the largest group of reptile species, which includes lizards and snakes, with about 7900 known species
•Testudines, which includes turtles and tortoises, with around 300 species in this group

The earliest reptile fossils that have been found on earth have been dated back to around 320 million years ago, making them some of the oldest land animals on earth. Many of these animals, such as crocodiles, have not gone through very many significant evolutionary changes for millions of years, and some of the reptiles that are walking with us today were the same types of animals that shared the earth with dinosaurs. Over time, reptiles became the most diverse and dominant life forms on earth. Ancient reptiles evolved to conquer the land, air and sea, and these adaptations helped many species of ancient reptiles, such as snakes and lizards, to thrive from prehistoric times all the way up until today.

Reptiles are a widely diverse class of animals, with some reptiles actually being more closely related to birds than to other types of reptiles. The behavior and habits of reptiles vary widely from species to species, with some reptiles being very social animals, even caring for their young, and others being very solitary and primitive animals. Reptiles also come in a very large variety of sizes, with the smallest species being the tiny leaf chameleon, which is so small that it can stand on the head of a match, and the largest species being the saltwater crocodile, which can reach lengths up to 18 feet from head to tail. Many people do not know the difference between amphibians and reptiles, or that there is a difference at all. While reptiles and amphibians are closely related to one another, the main difference between the two is that amphibians go through a larval aquatic stage after they hatch from their eggs, while reptiles do not.

Strictly Reptiles offers a diverse range of live reptiles for sale, and picking out the perfect reptile for your lifestyle, personality, and living arrangements should be an easy task with the help of our comprehensive website, which lists our animals by species and offers clear, vivid pictures of our animals. Some of the live reptiles for sale on our site include:


Wholesale options are available if you are looking to purchase multiple animals. All of our animals are carefully packaged and shipped straight from our facility to you by our team of caring and compassionate team, who have over 30 years of experience in the live reptile industry. If you are interested in buying any number or range of animals from Strictly Reptiles, or if you have any questions you would like us to answer, you can contact us at your convenience and we will be happy to help.

Live Reptiles for Sale