What is Monkeyfrog.com?  The three of us in this cooperative reptile and amphibian partnership met in the early 90's at a small reptile store in Tampa.  From that we have created a group effort which has become one of the most important and enjoyable parts of our lives.  In essence we are three reptile enthusiasts who have focussed on the proper husbandry and captive breeding of our animals as the highest priority.  We are excited about maintaining a presence on the Internet and being able to offer information and legitimate captive bred offspring to a wider audience.

    Matt is originally from rural central New Jersey and relocated to Florida in 1992.  Matt earned a degree in Chemistry and is employed as an environmental chemist.  He has kept a variety of lizards, turtles, tortoises, snakes and fish for nearly 24 years.  His personal highlights are the successful reproduction of Pancake Tortoises (F2), rare Borneo Short-Tailed Pythons and Black Headed Pythons.

    <>Wes is originally from Indiana and relocated to Florida in 1989.  He earned a degree in Marine Science.  Wes has been involved with the pet industry for more than 15 years.  He's
kept a variety of lizards, turtles, tortoises and fish for nearly 25 years.  Wes has taken on the challenge of large scale frog production.  Personal highlights are the initial reproduction of Tomato Frogs in 1994 with successive production through an F3 generation in 1999.

    Jason is a military brat and spent his formative years collecting reptile and amphibians throughout the eastern United States but predominantly in Northern Virginia.  He relocated to Florida in 1989 after four years of cold and rain in northwestern Pennsylvania.  Jason earned a degree in Geology and is a licensed Professional Geologist in the state of Florida.  He is currently a Program Manager for a large agency and is responsible for the management and proper care of more than 5,000 acres of natural resources including threatened and endangered species/habitat and sensitive Florida ecosystems.  He has been creating naturalistic habitat environments and maintaining a wide variety of native and exotic reptiles, amphibians and fish for nearly 27 years. Personal highlights are the successful reproduction of Elongated Tortoises and Jackson's Chameleons.

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