Exotic Pets

Exotic Pets

We are building up a fantastic selection of fascinating and unusual animals in a our exotic pet centre.

Elm Court’s knowledgeable staff are on hand to provide expert advice on pet care and answer any questions you may have.

With a commitment to animal welfare, Elm Court ensures that all their pets are ethically sourced and well-cared for before being sold.

Whether you’re a seasoned pet owner or a first-time exotic pet enthusiast, Elm Court’s new store is definitely worth checking out.  We have a range of exotic pets in stock. The pictures below are indicative of the species and are not necessarily the actual animals in stock.

Why not come and have a look around and talk to our informed team members.


If you have any special or particular requirement for a pet please ask and we will do our utmost to obtain these for you.

Female Panther Chameleon

The female Panther Chameleon, scientifically known as Furcifer pardalis, is a fascinating creature native to the forests of Madagascar. Renowned for its striking appearance and unique characteristics, this species displays a remarkable ability to change colors, making it one of the most captivating reptiles in the world.

Physically, female Panther Chameleons are typically smaller than their male counterparts, boasting vibrant hues of green, turquoise, yellow, and orange. Their bodies are adorned with intricate patterns, which serve both as camouflage and communication tools. Unlike males, females often exhibit more subdued colors, allowing them to blend seamlessly into their surroundings as they navigate the dense foliage of Madagascar’s forests.

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Male Yemen Chameleon

The male Yemen Chameleon, also known as the Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus), is a remarkable reptile native to the mountain regions of Yemen and Saudi Arabia. Renowned for its distinctive appearance and fascinating behaviors, this species holds a special place in the world of herpetology.

Physically, male Yemen Chameleons are larger and more robust than their female counterparts, with vibrant hues of green, turquoise, and yellow adorning their bodies. They possess a prominent casque, or helmet-like structure, on top of their heads, which serves as a display feature during courtship rituals and territorial disputes.

One of the most notable characteristics of male Yemen Chameleons is their ability to change colors. While this ability is often associated with camouflage, in males, it serves primarily as a form of communication. Vibrant color displays are used to signal dominance, attract potential mates, and establish territory within their habitat.

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Frilled Dragon

The frilled dragon is a lizard native to northern Australia and southern New Guinea. This grey/brown lizard is normally very slender with a long tail and extremely large frills stretching from the head to the shoulders. This frill acts as additional camouflage when relaxed but it can also be spread in an impressive threat display. When threatened or surprised, the dragon can rear up on its hind legs and run quite quickly.

They are most frequently found in the humid climates such as the tropical savannah woodland. As an arboreal lizard they prefer a place with plenty of tall trees and interlocking branches for easy movement. Generally, the dragon will only come down from the trees to hunt for food.

While there are a lot of things the dragon could eat they normally only eat insects or other small lizards.

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Bearded Dragon

Bearded dragons can make rewarding pets for the first-time reptile owner.

If they’re well looked after, bearded dragons can live for around ten years. They’re docile in nature, meaning once they’ve settled in you’ll be able to handle them readily.


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European Eyed Lizard

Timon Lepidus

The European Eyed Lizard is also known as the Ocellated Lizard. This is a large species averaging 60cm in total length. Males are robust with a green background colour while females tend to be grey to green; both sexes have blue spotting on the flanks.

Yellow Ackie Monitor

Also know as the Ridgetail Monitor or Spiny Tailed Monitor, is one of the world smallest species monitors.

Royal (Ball) Python

The Royal Ball Python, scientifically known as Python regius, is a captivating snake species native to the grasslands and savannas of West and Central Africa. Renowned for its stunning appearance, docile temperament, and manageable size, this species has become a favorite among reptile enthusiasts and pet owners worldwide.

Physically, Royal Ball Pythons exhibit a striking array of colors and patterns, including various shades of brown, black, gold, and cream, often arranged in intricate patterns resembling puzzle pieces or “ball” shapes, hence the name “ball python.” They have a relatively small and stout body compared to other python species, with a maximum length of around 3 to 5 feet, making them an ideal choice for those seeking a manageable pet snake.

White’s Tree Frog

The White’s Tree Frog, also known as the Dumpy Tree Frog or the Australian Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea), is a charming amphibian native to northern and eastern Australia, as well as parts of New Guinea and Indonesia. Renowned for its endearing appearance and docile nature, this species has become a popular choice among reptile and amphibian enthusiasts worldwide.

Physically, White’s Tree Frogs are characterized by their distinctive lime-green coloration, though they can also exhibit shades of blue, gray, or brown, depending on factors like temperature, humidity, and stress levels. Their bodies are relatively large and stout, with smooth, mottled skin and large, expressive eyes.

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Herman Tortoise

Hermann’s Tortoise (Testudo hermanni) is a captivating species of tortoise native to Mediterranean regions, including parts of southern Europe and northern Africa. Renowned for its striking appearance, gentle demeanor, and longevity, this tortoise has become a popular choice among reptile enthusiasts and pet owners worldwide.

Physically, Hermann’s Tortoises display a distinctive carapace patterned with yellow, brown, and black markings, which vary among subspecies and individuals. They have sturdy limbs and a relatively small size, typically reaching lengths of 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 centimeters) as adults. Their diet consists mainly of leafy greens, grasses, and occasional fruits and vegetables, providing them with the necessary nutrients for optimal health.



Horsefield’s Tortoise

 Horsefield’s Tortoise, also known as the Russian Tortoise (Agrionemys horsfieldii), is a small and charming reptile native to Central Asia, including regions of Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and China. Renowned for its hardiness, adaptability, and endearing personality, this species has gained popularity as a beloved pet among reptile enthusiasts worldwide.

Physically, Horsefield’s Tortoises are characterized by their dome-shaped carapace, which typically ranges in color from olive green to brown, adorned with dark markings or blotches. They have sturdy limbs and a relatively small size, with adults typically reaching lengths of 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 centimeters). Their diet consists mainly of grasses, leafy greens, and occasionally small amounts of fruits and vegetables.

 Striped knee tarantula

We have a variety of spiders in stock including:

Green Bottle Blue Tarantula
Martanique Pink Toe Tarantula
Giant Vinegaroon
Brazilian Black Tarantula
Striped Knee Tarantula
Brazilian Red & White Tarantula
Guatemelan Red Rump Tarantula
Salmon Pink Tarantula
Regal Jumping Spider
Colombian Blue Bottle Tarantula
Mexican Red Knee Tarantula
African Train Millepede
Brazilian Red Rump Tarantula
Mexican Fire Leg Tarantula
Brazilian Red Head Tarantula 
Brazilian Blue Tarantula