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Posted by: jiffypop at Sun Sep 10 22:53:59 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jiffypop ]  
   

I have a core of educational animals that are familiar with traveling and being around a large crowd of people. These include an Argentine Tegu, Rhinoceros iguana, Grand Cayman hybrid Cyclura, Sulcatta tortoise, Bearded Dragons, Savannah monitor, Eastern Box turtle, Cornsnakes, Boas, a couple of large Burms, and a few more. These animals are very reliable to behave well and not get stressed. I only do smaller groups of children, 25-30 max. I usually present the animals according to habitat type...desert, savannah, arid forest, rain forest, etc. I always try to let the children get up close and touchy (by walking among them), but the animal's head, and tail if necessary, is always under my control.

If you have any specific questions feel free to contact me off of the forum.



   

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