Lick Your Eyeballs brings live reptiles & amphibians to you. 

 

 

Your guests will have the opportunity to mingle with a four-foot friendly lizard, hold geckos that lick their eyeballs, pet a snake and many more.

Our live animal programs are fun, educational and completely hands-on. We tailor our presentation to your needs: any event & any age.

For large events, such as festivals and community events, we offer a hands-on table display that allows people to come interact with our animals freely with the supervision of our trained educators.

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Rate: $350 for a one hour presentation that includes up to eight animals.

A drive fee applies to events further than 10 miles from Richmond. Contact us for exact pricing to your location. 

 

It is through birthday parties and large events that we are able to offer free and low-cost educational programs to public schools and    non-profits. 

    Contact us for discounted rates.

Thank you for your support!  

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Some of the animals: 

Darwin: the White Throat Monitor

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Darwin is a 4-foot lizard that is target trained, housebroken and very curious about the world. 

 


Petri & Sherbert: the White's Tree Frogs

White's tree frogs produce a substance in their mucus that kills HIV cells. 

 


  Frida: the Kenyan Sand Boa

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Sandboas are tiny snakes, adults reaching only 20 inches long. 

Silver: the Legless Lizard

Believe it or not, this is a lizard, not a snake. They have adapted to live burrow, which is why they lack limbs. Watch our video about legless lizards here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WY2-ErDyMQ&t=18s


                 Olive: the Giant Gecko

The New Caledonian Giant Gecko is the largest gecko in the world. 


Curly: the California Toad

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Jenny: the Ball Python

Jenny is a snake that incubates and takes care of her eggs.

                                                                                                          


Emily: the Eastern Kingsnake

In the wild, kingsnakes eat other snakes including rattlesnakes. They are immune to rattlesnake venom. 


    Sherman: the Crested Gecko

Crested geckos do not have eyelids, so they lick their eyeballs clean.