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Interested in reptiles and other animals at your party or event? We also travel and do educational shows. You will learn about each of the animals we will bring - which include diet, their natural habitat, longevity, care, and other interesting facts! We bring large and small alligators, snakes of all sizes, including a devenomized spitting cobra, large lizards, turtles and tortoises, and birds(birds are dependant upon if your event is held indoors or outdoors)! Each person will also have hands on experience with any animal we bring; if you choose to. (we will supply the hand sanitizer) Along with bringing the animals; we also bring coloring sheets and fun games for the children! We also will be starting to do shows at local pet stores, such as Petco.... We do shows for birthday parties, fairs, schools, day cares, scouts, environmental centers, block parties, libraries, etc... We also now have a slide show presentaion for larger groups!

We truely care about our animals and want the public to learn how fascinating these creatures really are! For more information about our educational shows, please contact us through e-mail or phone.  We ask for at least a month to two months notice if possible; thank you!

Please note* That we will not do any educational shows through out the winter, or during cooler months due to the extreme cold. Even transporting the animals to the vehicle from the sanctuary is enough time for them to get respiratory infections or other illnesses. We care deeply about them, and want to prevent any sickness! Please contact us, if you have any questions about the winter "dates". 


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