REPTILES is all a-Twitter with excitement.

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It’s official. REPTILES magazine is now on

What does that mean for you?


It means that you can find out about the latest features and follow our links for easy access. It means that you can stay in touch with us via your own page. And it means you have an inside line to all the latest REPTILES magazine contests and games.

Twitter is a great way to connect with other reptile enthusiasts. Not only can you post the latest information on your new morph pet, but you can also read about other people’s animals and ask questions.

Although newer on the social networking scene than and, Twitter has quickly become one of the more popular ways to stay in touch with like-minded individuals. What better way for the Reptile Nation to spread the word?

Log on and check us out at We look forward to sending you informative and fun tweets!

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