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Interactive & Educational Reptile Shows

EVENTS-BIRTHDAYS-SCHOOLS

Get up Close with Snakes, Lizards & Tarantulas

MEET THE ANIMALS

*NOW OFFERING PRESENTATIONS IN FRENCH!*

What to Expect . . . 

Booking Little Reptile Queen's services is super simple...

Simply inquire about a date & time, disclose group size & age, select a package (silver or gold), provide an address (sometimes travel fees apply), then we show up! Its that easy!

We don't require much, just an open area to sit, usually a living room or (weather permitting) the patio/backyard! 

All we ask is that the group understands that we will be interacting with live animals and to remain as calm & respectful as possible!

Thank you! 

Frequently asked Questions . . .

1. Are they trained?

These animals are my personal pets! 

However, I would not use the word trained, rather habituated!

2. Do you have a... python/anaconda/king cobra?!

I do have pythons & boas! I mainly keep constrictors!

I do not have an anaconda! They get illegally too big!

I do not have a king cobra! Can't keep venomous reptiles!

3. Do they bite?

They can bite & they do have all their teeth (that's another commonly asked question; not sure if saying they don't would be any better!) However, these animals do NOT want to bite us... in reality nothing wants to mess with us humans... 

As long as your calm, nice and do not stop the forward motion of these animals, everyone should remain safe :)

4. Are they poisonous?

my initial answer to this question is a follow up question.. 

do you know the difference between poisonous & venomous?

there are very very few poisonous reptiles, but I understand what the question is trying to ask... I have no venomous reptiles, however, all tarantulas are venomous, but there is no such thing as a deadly tarantula, and again, these animals are very reluctant to bite us!

5. Why is Leo's tail a different colour?

2 ideas:

- Geckos can drop their tails, so if his yellow body is running away, and his white tail is left behind maybe it would give him a better chance to survive :)

- We can breed these animals to be any colour, so maybe we purposely wanted him to have a different colour tail!

6. Where do they poo from?

Reptiles only have 1 opening, their bum or cloaca, where they poo, pee and reproduce from, ask me to show you their bum at your party!

7. Does Leo change colours?

Usually ppl are thinking of a chameleon when they ask this question... 

Leo is not a chameleon, however, both can fire up and down their colours!

OTHER SERVICES

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