The aims of the the magazine are to promote a greater understanding for amphibians and reptiles in nature and in terrarium environments, to encourage research to stimulate the development of sound and healthy techniques to maintain and propagate amphibians and reptiles in captivity, and to initiate and support measures to protect threatened species.
Works on the world’s amphibians and reptiles, in nature or captivity are published in BERUS Magazine.
BERUS Magazine is issued on the basis of available material and time constraints of the publishers. Articles, photographs, drawings or any other contributions are to be sent to the journal in digital format.
We will only use your photos and articles for publishing in BERUS Magazine.
Your photos and articles will stay with BERUS editors, and will not be shared or loaned to any third part in any way.
All photographic material and diagrams are author contributions unless otherwise stated or indicated. The authors’ material published is copyrighted and authors should be contacted if the article is under consideration for publication in its original, revised or any other form.
The publisher cannot be held responsible for the correctness or veracity of author contributions, which are solely the authors’ responsibilities.
We warmly welcome more articles, in the English language, so that our magazine can be read and seen by all animal and nature lovers around the world.
This digitally paper is religiously and politically independent, as well as noncommercial.