I live in London, work with numbers and am passionate about reptiles and amphibians. This has led me to spend most of my free time studying Biology with a focus on Herpetology and Batrachology.
I have always been fascinated by the natural world. I find that often times, animals are easier to understand than most humans. As a child, I used to spend my summer holidays helping out at my uncle's vet clinic - and the rest of the year nagging my parents for an 'unusual' pet.
This website (formerly 'Dooferette Herpetology') started off as a way to share my thoughts on different animal and human matters. Today, it is much more than that. It gives me the opportunity to exchange knowledge, ideas and recommendations with people from all over the world. It also allows me to share what, I believe to be, the best sources of accurate information regarding the care of captive bred reptiles and amphibians. If you'd like to see my little ones, just scroll down a bit further or follow me on Instagram - I certainly share more photos of them than I should!
I hope you find this website useful or, at the very least, mildly entertaining. Do get in touch if you have any questions or feedback. Please note that unless indicated otherwise, all photographs on this website are copyright protected and may not be copied or reproduced without permission.