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Meet geckos that lick their eyeballs, hold a 3-foot friendly lizard and pet our kingsnake. Our live animal presentations are fun, educational, safe and completely hands-on.

We tailor our presentation to your needs: any age, special needs, any subject or in Spanish. Let us introduce you to the wonderful world of herptiles (reptiles and amphibians), a world normally seen on a screen or behind glass. 

We are available for any event (birthday parties, classrooms, summer camps, company parties, etc) of any size. For large events such as festivals, we offer a hands-on table display that allows people to come interact with our animals freely.


All of our presentations include the opportunity for all of your guests to touch, hold and take photos with a variety of animals, while learning how incredible they are.  

1) $300  - One hour:  includes up to eight animals for as many guests as you would like. 

2) $175  - 30-minutes:  includes four animals for UP TO EIGHT CHILDREN. 

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

We offer discounted rates for public schools in need and nonprofits. 

                                                                                                    (510) 776-0132      



Some of the animals: 

Turok, the Caiman Lizard

Turok is a semi-aquatic lizard from the Amazon that eats snails. 


White's Tree Frogs

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

                           Frida, the Kenyan Sand Boa


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.


                         Olive, the Giant Gecko

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

                   Pixel, the Panther Chameleon

Chameleons change colors depending on how the feel, not to blend in with their environment. 

Jenny, the Ball Python

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


Emily, the Kingsnake

                    Sherman, the Crested Gecko

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