If you’ve been racking your brain trying to think of an awesome idea for the next party that you’ll be hosting then we have great news for you. Reptile Shows of New England will travel to New York in order to provide you with a show that people will not soon forget. So, why is a reptile show a great idea for your next party? The answer is simple. People are fascinated with reptiles, but what drives this fascination? First and foremost, reptiles look like smaller versions of dinosaurs. Humans have been awestruck by dinosaurs since the first dinosaur fossil was discovered back in 1677 by Robert Plot.

By the way, the word dinosaur actually means “terrible lizard.” Sir Richard Owen coined the name in 1841 in order to describe the fossils of these massive and extinct reptiles. He actually came up with the name dinosaur by combining the Greek words “deinos”, which means terrible, and “sauros”, which means lizard. There are other reasons why people are fascinated with reptiles besides the fact that they are directly related to dinosaurs.

Here are some more interesting facts about reptiles: Reptiles are cold-blooded animals. That means they do not have the ability to regulate their own body temperatures. That’s why they are typically found in warm climates and like to sit in the sun. When the weather turns cold these incredible animals either seek warm places in which to burrow or hibernate. Otherwise, they could easily freeze to death. Humans are actually warm-blooded animals. That means we have the ability to regulate our body temperatures. This is the type of stuff that you will learn when you have Reptile Show of New England travel to New York for your next party.

Here’s another interesting reptile fact. Reptiles typically have scaly, dry skin. Snakes, lizards, turtles, members of the crocodilian family are examples of reptiles. Although these animals are all considered to be reptiles, member of the crocodilian family are more closely related to birds.

Here’s yet another fact that you could learn when Reptile Shows of New England comes to New York for your next event. Reptiles come in a vast variety of sizes. The largest non-extinct reptile on record is the saltwater crocodile. They can reach lengths of approximately 20 feet. On the other hand, the smallest non-extinct reptile is the aptly named Nano-Chameleon, which averages just 0.7 inches in length.

Reptile Shows of New England is an educational, hands on, and interactive reptile show experience that can travel to New York.  We are on a mission to educate people of all ages about reptiles in the safest and most engaging environment. Our team of professional performers strives to spread awareness about wildlife conservation in the most entertaining manner possible. Reptile Shows of New England specializes in educational reptile shows for birthday parties, BBQ’s, corporate events, summer camps, town fairs, daycares, schools and more.

We showcase all of our reptiles in the safest and most educational environment as possible. Our team of reptile experts will provide you, your guests, and or students with a full hands on experience that is second to none. Reptile Shows of New England is insured and does not feature venomous snakes, alligators, or crocodiles at any of our shows. Please use our online show booking system when booking your next event by clicking here. We look forward to seeing you at our next show.