The idea of Henry’s Reptiles began in 2017, but was “in the works” for much longer than that. The acquisition of a red-eyed treefrog in 2013 sparked a fascination for reptiles and amphibians in Henry Zabierek, operator of Henry’s Reptiles. Then, in the next four years, the addition of several leopard geckos to Henry’s collection brought on the idea for the brand “Henry’s Reptiles”. Henry’s Reptiles started off as a name for Henry’s personal collection but quickly blossomed into something much larger. The brand is an expression of Henry’s passion for herpetology: his collection, opinions, experiences and curiosity. Actually, a lot of his interest was inspired from his experience on his school’s Science Olympiad team (PASO). He competed in the category Ornithology, which dives deep into the anatomical, behavioral, and habitats of birds.

Leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularis)

Henry is a small hobbyist keeper and breeder of several species of reptiles and amphibians, recently focusing on various species of geckos. To be even more specific, he is very interested in geckos in the genus Eublepharis, finding their genetics, behavior, life-cycle and abilities fascinating.

Madagascar giant day gecko (Phelsuma grandis)

Another “herp” enthusiast may make use of the brand by discovering more about Henry’s collection and his experiences with reptiles and amphibians. Any questions, comments or concerns are encouraged to be shared with Henry’s Reptiles (see Contact). The brand was built to learn so please reach out with any thoughts at all.