We have a wide variety of reptiles and every show includes many of these, but the line up for each show will vary depending on how many shows we have booked that day, (as we only have two teams and share and rotate out the reptiles so that we do not stress them out by taking them to too many shows. Some of these include: 

  • Garter Snakes
  • Milk Snakes
  • Corn Snakes
  • Leopard and Crested Geckos
  • Bearded Dragons
  • Ball Pythons
  • Burmese Pythons
  • Red Tail Boa Constrictors
  • Rainbow Boas
  • Russian Tortoises
  • Iguanas
  • Blue Tongue Skinks
  • Black and White Tegus
  • Tarantulas (We know they are not reptiles, we like to mix it up a little)
  • Carpet Pythons
  • and many more


We will not be including large-scale reptiles such as alligators, crocodiles, any species of monitor lizard, or venomous snakes in our shows. We prefer to keep our shows as interactive as possible and we feel that these species may be too unpredictable around children. However, we will be including Boa Constrictors ranging from six to eight feet in length, a ten-foot Albino Burmese Python*, and a four-foot Red Iguana (among many other reptiles).

Often times at shows we bring no-touch animals. These animals will not be brought into the crowd to be touched for the following reasons:

  • Tarantula: The tarantulas’ hairs can cause an allergic reaction when touched
  • Crested Geckos: Some of the animals are very shy and fragile, crested geckos tend to jump, and smaller kids often times will squeeze them.
  • Some snakes may react if handled too roughly so some snakes we do not bring around for touching only viewing.