Learn about reptiles & amphibians while mingling with a monitor lizard, touching a turtle and hanging out with frogs.
Our science based programs allow your guests to interact with our animal ambassadors.
Neighborhood Deal: Our hour-long (Snakes, Lizards and Frogs) program for events in the City of Richmond- $200.
Drive fee might apply depending on 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!
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. Contact for exact pricing for these events.
Lick Your Eyeballs is a woman owned and operated company. We are fully licensed and insured.
Meet some of our animal ambassadors:
Darwin: the White Throat Monitor
Darwin is a 4-foot lizard that is potty-trained and very curious about the world. He is almost 5 years old.
White Throat monitor lizards are found in Southern Africa.
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
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
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.