Memorable reptile experience

Letter from one of our customers Just a note to say a big “THANKS” for your visit to our class yesterday. The children really enjoyed it and learnt lots ! It has really kick started our Topic ” Why don’t snakes have legs?” and I know this “memorable experience” will help us with our learning…

More reviews added

I just wanted to say we can’t thank you enough for such an amazing party last Sunday, my little girl said it was the best day ever and many of her friends mum’s also messaged to say what a brilliant party it was for the children and adults and they thoroughly enjoyed it, some said…

New testimonial has come in

The Reptile Roadshow came in to work with our Year 1 class and it was absolutely brilliant!! Richard had a great manner with the children and was very patient with all 30 of them. They were engaged and excited by all the Reptiles and most were willing to hold or touch them (even the more…

Leopard Tortoise

Welcome to no 16 of 16 Reptile Roadshow Animal Profiles – Leopard Tortoise – celebrating 16 years of Reptile Parties and Events 1. Genus/species: Geochelone pardalis. 2. The leopard tortoise is one of the largest mainland tortoises and has an elevated carapace that is tawny, yellow or buff, with brown centres 3. They can reach…

Australian Boobok Owl

Welcome to no 15 of 16 Reptile Roadshow Animal Profiles – Australian Boobok Owl – celebrating 16 years of Reptile Parties and Events Latin name – Ninox boobook. Native to mainland Australia, southern New Guinea, Timor and the Sunda Islands. Southern Boobook is the smallest owl on the Australian mainland and is the continent’s most widely…

African Gray Parrot

Welcome to no 14 of 16 Reptile Roadshow Animal Profiles – African Gray Parrot – celebrating 16 years of Reptile Parties and Events 1. African Greys come in two recognized sub-species – Congo African grey (Psittacus erithacus erithacus) and the Timneh African grey (Psittacus erithacus timneh) 2. African Greys are known to be among the most…

Brazilian-Rainbow-Boa

Brazilian Rainbow Boa

Welcome to no 13 of 16 Reptile Roadshow Reptile Profiles – Brazilian Rainbow Boa – celebrating 16 years of Reptile Parties and Events Latin name: Epicrates cenchria cenchria The Brazilian rainbow boa is one of about 12 named subspecies of rainbow boa The Brazilian rainbow boa is a round-bodied terrestrial boa of medium build Brazilian rainbow…

Chinchillas

Welcome to no 12 of 16 Reptile Roadshow Reptile (not a Reptile but an important part of the Roadshow) Profiles – Chinchillas – celebrating 16 years of Reptile Parties and Events 1. Chinchillas are typically around 25- 35cm long 2. Chinchillas are nocturnal animals. 3. Chinchillas are very sensitive to heat; they are used to living…