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The Argus Monitor (Varanus panoptes) aka Yellow-Spotted Monitor
Crazy Critters Inc. A Year In Review.
Discoid Roach (Blaberus discoidalis), We Take The Ug Out Of This Bug!
Take a VIRTUAL Walk Around the Crazy Critters Facility
Tortoises need Grass, Flowers, Weeds, and Hay before they need Fruit and Vegetables
Classification and Taxonomy of Plants and Animals
The African Spurred Thigh Tortoise (Centrochelys or Geochelone sulcata)
The Mississippi Map Turtle (Graptemys pseudogeographica kohni) is NOT from Mississippi?
Edible Plants for Tortoises
Growth and Pyramiding in the African Tortoise
Why Are Turtles And Tortoises Important?
Repcal Is Great Food For Reptiles
The Leopard Tortoise (Stigmochelys pardalis)
Jamie aka J’Normous The Tortoises’ One Year In Review
The Monarch Butterfly
Hermit Crabs Care, Information, and “Crabitat” Material List
What Is The Difference Between Red-Footed and Yellow-Footed Tortoises
The Yellow-Footed Tortoise (Chelonoidis denticulatus) Care and Information
Striped Mud Turtles(Kinosternon baurii) Care and Information
The Red-Eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans)
Cuttlefish aka Cuttlebone For Your Exotic Animals
Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina)
Eggs and Babies
Pumpkins Are A Natural Laxative And The Seed Is A Dewormer
The Russian Tortoise (Testudo [Agrionemys] horsfieldii) is not from Russia?
Housing Tortoises Using Tortoise Tables and Yards
Providing Heat This Winter To Tortoises
Is There Fungus Among us? Turtle and Tortoise Fungal Infection Or Shell Rot
Sugar Glider(Petaurus brevicep) Care and Information
Hermann’s Tortoise (Testudo hermanni )
Letting The Secret Out Of The Box (Turtle)…
Iguanas ~ Diet, Breeding, and Other Species Information
Why Are Tortoises So Strong And Live So Long
Gargoyle Geckos (Rhacodactylus auriculatus)
The Painted Wood Turtle (Rhinoclemmys punctularia)
African Mud Turtle… East, West, and Helmeted… Lots of info!
Feeding Redfoot Tortoise Babies ~ Crazy Critters Inc.
Vitamin A deficiency called Hypovitaminosis A
The Tiger Barb (Puntius tetrazona)
Fencing For A Large Tortoise
What Is The Best Diet For My African Sulcata Tortoise?
Snake-Necked Turtle (Chelodina longicollis)
Do Turtles and Tortoises Ever Sleep?
What Do Leopard Geckos Need?
African Sulcata Nest and Eggs at Crazy Critters Inc.
African Sulcata Sweet Lil Bernie Meets Big Boi
We watch television with our animals… And they learn so much!
Red-Eye Crocodile Skink (Tribolonotus gracilis)
What do you do when you have a tortoise that is not feeling well? Or even is sick with a cold?
Baby Red-footed Tortoise Meet Their Siblings For The First Time!
Frilled Dragons (Chlamydosaurus kingii)
Fire Skink (Lepidothyris fernandi)
The Chicken Turtle?
Tortoise Poop And Healthy Gut Flora
Cleaning Your Habitat… It’s A Dirty Job But Someone Has To Do It
Back To The Basics With Bearded Dragons
Cleaning Your Habitat, it’s a dirty job, but…
Eggs and Babies
We Adopt ~ Breed ~ Rescue ~ Transport ~ Rehabilitate
Crazy Critters Inc. is a Private Non-Profit, 501(c)3, Exotic Animal Rescue and Sanctuary. Our Wildlife Facility is located in Eustis, Florida. We provide permanent homes to over 200 animals including lizards, turtles, skinks, geckos, birds, and assorted wildlife. Crazy Critters Inc. was established to provide non-domestic, non-releasable animals with a safe and permanent home.
Mostly Tortoises and Turtles call Crazy Critters Inc. home. What makes us unique is that after adoption, Crazy Critters Inc. continues to share the lives of the pets on social media. Providing an additional continued connection. When an animal finds its way to Crazy Critters, it has found a forever home.
Everyone in our community benefits when donors put their funds together to help protect animals and our environment. And the fact that the animals can call this a forever home makes it that much better. Your monetary donations help provide veterinary care, food, and supplies to the animals in our care.
In keeping with our commitment to a quality life for the animals here at the sanctuary, we provide a diet created specifically for each animal’s needs, the best veterinary care, enrichment programs for the animals, and maintain their spacious, safe habitats.
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