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1. Leopard Geckos are an incredibly popular medium-sized, nocturnal lizard. 

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2. Bearded Dragon is a larger lizard. It eats a mixed diet of insects and veggies. It needs hot temperatures to survive.

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3. Crested Geckos are popular, docile lizards and very entertaining lizards.

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4. Corn Snakes are the most popular pet snake due to their easy care and outgoing, calm nature. So many color varieties are chosen based on availability and affordability.

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5. Green Iguanas are popular beginner Lizards because of their beautiful appearance and herbivore diet. They eat leaves, fruits, and plankton. They are simple.

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6. Chameleons are incredible pet lizards, but some say they are unsuitable for starters. This is because of the environmental requirements of this lizard. Chameleons are unique, interesting reptiles that fascinate people. 

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7. This attractive lizard has skin made up of different shades of green and a glamorous head-to-tail crest.

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8. Russian Tortoises are ideally sized for beginners, as they typically reach about 4 or 5 inches in straight-line shell length.

9. An average Rosy Boa is going to have a tan base color. After that, stripes of pink and orange or brown run the length of the snake, creating an eye-catching look. They are also found in a variety of colors.

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10. Skinks are large-sized lizards.

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11. Ball Pythons are docile, less active snakes that will circularly sit around their owner's arm once they are used to being handled. They are chosen on the basis of availability and affordability.

12. Blue-tongued lizards are not so aggressive, but because they are larger in size, if a small child, unfortunately, gets bit by it, then it hurts. They are notably famous for their blue tongues.

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13. Red-Eared Sliders are freshwater turtles that are fun to have around. They are actually Omnivorous Reptiles. They are native to the Southern parts of the United States. 

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14. Savannah Monitors are large-sized pet lizards. They are carnivores, so they easily digest meaty foods.