Carmen is a passionate reptile enthusiast who has completed her B.S. in Anatomy and Human Biology. She is now studying to become a veterinarian with a focus on exotics and currently volunteers at an animal wildlife and rescue site. In her spare time she loves to research these beautiful scaly creatures, particularly bearded dragons, and bombards all her friends, co-workers and families with daily photos of her Pogona minor minor, Ted, her most precious treasure.
Carmen has two years' experience keeping and nurturing bearded dragons. She is a volunteer at Native Animal Rescue, a hospital rehabilitating injured diverse Australian wildlife and a proud member of the Western Australian Herpetological Society.
Carmen has completed her BSc from the University of Western Australia with a degree in Human Biology and Anatomy. Currently she is studying animal care with a focus on exotics.
Awards and Memberships
Native Wildlife Rescue Hospital (volunteer)
Western Australian Herpetological Society (member)