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Animal Ethics

Animal Ethics

Animal EthicsSpecies Information ‹ Amphibians and reptiles

Amphibians and reptiles


Overview

The successful keeping of amphibians and reptiles in captivity requires:

  • a sound knowledge of the species’ specific needs;
  • an environment that replicates the features of the animals’ natural environment; and
  • experienced carers that are aware of the signs of health and disease in the species being kept.
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Amphibians and reptiles
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