FEATURING LIVE REPTILES
FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Sulcata Tortoise
Although they represent many countries from around the
world, none of our specimens have been taken from the
wild. All of the reptiles in our collection have been
"captive bred", born and raised. We use only tame
specimens in our presentations and WE DO NOT USE
ANY VENOMOUS REPTILES.
Our programs and / or exhibits include representatives of
each of the four main groups of reptiles in the world
today. This includes snakes, lizards, turtles and tortoises,
and crocodilians.
Len Knapp giving presentation
Learn about the origins, habits and behaviors of these
much misunderstood creatures. Fear comes from a lack
of understanding. Our program will help you to
understand these animals and gain respect for them
rather than fear.
By request, we can also do programs or exhibits that use
only one of the four reptile groups, ex. all snakes, all
lizards, all turtles and tortoises, etc.
Based on our many years of experience working with
these creatures, we can usually answer questions relating
to their behaviors, their needs when maintained in
captivity and other areas of interest. WE DO NOT
PROFESS TO HAVE ANY VETERINARY EXPERTISE,
AND REFER ALL QUERIES RELATING TO MEDICAL
PROBLEMS TO LOCAL VETERINARIANS.
Burmese Python
Other programs include Reptiles by Habitat - ex. reptiles
of the desert, rain forest, grasslands, aquatic reptiles, etc.
These programs fit nicely into school Biology classes.
Our "Reptile Rescue Project" can usually find homes for
unwanted reptiles. There is a minimal fee for adoptions -
in or out - to cover the cost of travel, caging and
maintenance of adoption reptiles until they can be placed
in permanent homes.
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