15. Crested Gecko Crested Gecko are usually popular these days as they are very easy to care for and easy to breed for those looking to get into that aspect of the hobby.
14. Red-Eared Slider The Red-Eared Slider eats in water and is omnivorous.
13. Russian Tortoise If you are looking for a pet that will be in the family for generations ( No, seriously…. I’m talking up to 50 years) and stays relatively small with low maintenance habit requirements, then the Russian tortoise may just be for you!
12. Water Dragon Water dragons are full of personality and spunk! With easily attainable habitat requirements, you get to spend more time enjoying them then caring for them.
11. African Sulcata Tortoise The Sulcata Tortoise (Geochelone Sulcata), also known as the African spurred tortoise, is one of the largest tortoise species in the world.
10. Corn or Rat Snake the Corn Snake makes a wonderful choice for those new to Reptiles or children because of their mild temperament and easy to care for.
9. Ball Python For those who like a leg-less companion, ball pythons are one of the most popular choices.
8. Eastern Box Turtles Eastern box turtles live in varied climates, so they are quite adaptable and are Omnivores.
7. Chameleon Some may say Chameleons are not great for beginners but it’s mainly due to the environment they need as it has to be very precise.