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Leopard Gecko

<align="left">We have several Leopard Geckos that are used in our programs. They have proven to be a wonderful asset to our hands on learning program.
THESE PICTURES DO NOT REPRESENT THE ONLY ANIMALS AVAILABLE FOR PROGRAMS, BUT THEY ARE PERMANENT RESIDENTS AT RAISES. WE WILL KEEP PICTURES CURRENT AND ADD TO THEM WHEN WE HAVE ADOPTED MORE ANIMALS INTO OUR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. PLEASE NOTE SOME ANIMALS ABILITY TO ATTEND PROGRAMS MAY BE LIMITED DEPENDING ON THE "STRESS FACTOR".
Gecko


<align="left">Another member of our extended Gecko family. Meet "OZ".
Fat Tail Gecko


<align="left">This is "CHUB", one of our Fat Tail Geckos.
Jackson Chameleon
<align="left">"JACK" is our beautiful male Jackson Chameleon. Notice his three horns. This is a trait that only males of this species have. (Due to chameleons becoming stressed easily, his availability for programs is limited).
Iguana

<align="left">We received many Iguanas at RAISES. Learn about them, and what it takes to keep these guys happy and healthy.
Bearded Dragon

<align="left">"DAISY" is a Bearded Dragon we took in that is handicapped. She is a very sweet girl and loves to be handfed. She gets all the TLC she needs here!
Mali Uromastyx


<align="left">This is "KHAN", one of many Mali Uromastyx we have for programs. They are very personable lizards!
Blue Tongue Skink


<align="left">"BOB" is one of six Blue Tongue Skinks that we house here. See why they call them "Blue Tongue Skinks".
Ridgetail Monitor


<align="left">This is a Ridgetail Monitor, one of the smallest monitor species.
Savannah Monitor

<align="left">Winston is a Savannah Monitor whose large size, yet calm demeanor make her a great animal for programs.


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