What lizard should I get?

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lizard

Lizards are some of the most interesting and exotic pets. If you are thinking about getting a lizard, here is a quick run down of the most popular and easy to maintain lizards to help you decide which one to get! Chameleon Chameleons are fascinating lizards. They are world famous for their ability to change… Read more »

Space water bears

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the water bears are creatures up to 1.2 mm long!

SEM image of Milnesium tardigradum in active state by Schokraie E, Warnken U, Hotz-Wagenblatt A, Grohme MA, Hengherr S, et al. (2012) [CC BY 2.5]   The water bears, also known as Tardigrades, are Earth’s ultimate survivors. These tiny microscopic organisms have fascinated scientists for decades with their ability to survive in places such as polar regions,… Read more »

What cat breed should I get?

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Cats make fantastic pets and it’s easy to see why. They are intelligent, affectionate and are even known to reduce stress levels! But with so many different cat breeds to choose from, it is very difficult to choose the one that will suit you and your lifestyle best. Carry on reading to find out which… Read more »

Snakes as pets

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snakes make great pets

Snakes are exciting creatures and with regular handling and care they can become wonderful pets. But of course they are not for everyone. If you think a snake might be a perfect pet for you then read on and find out what you should consider before getting one! Housing Snakes need a large tank or… Read more »

Save the bees!

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bees pollinate different plants

Recently, you have probably heard something about saving the bees, and it’s hard not to have. People have started posting, tweeting and talking about it. But why is it so important? How do bees, tiny little insects, make a difference to our lives? Read on to find out… Pollination The main reason bees are important… Read more »

Which guinea pig should I get?

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guinea pig

Guinea pigs make excellent pets! They are quite intelligent, affectionate and incredibly easy to care for. Unlike smaller pets, like hamsters, they live for 5 to 7 years and longer! Guinea pigs are diurnal! That means they are awake and active during the day, just like you and me! There are so many types of… Read more »

What rabbit should I get?

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Rabbits have been popular house pets for decades now and it’s easy to see why. They are cute, inquisitive and social. Rabbits are clever pets too: they recognize their names, can be taught to respond to commands and can be potty trained. If you are thinking about getting a rabbit, keep in mind that although… Read more »

Orangutan

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The name ‘Orangutan” originates from In Malay orang means “person” and utan which comes from hutan, which means “forest.” So, orangutan literally means “person of the forest.” However, due to human destruction, they are becoming less and less the “person of the forest”. The population is in sharp decline due to habitat destruction and illegal… Read more »

Sea Turtle

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Sea turtles It is difficult to find the exact population numbers for sea turtles because male and young sea turtles do not return to shore once they hatch and reach the ocean, which makes it hard to keep track of them. However, all around the world countries have set up turtle sanctuaries. Take the Maldives,… Read more »

Party Package

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Animal party visit from the ANimal club a boy with python

Who comes?  We always try and provide the best possible party for your little one (or you) therefore we’ve hired only the best for you. Animal Club – they provide exciting animal handling experiences to schools, clubs, homes and parties. The presenter-led show gives a wonderful experience where children and adults can look, touch and… Read more »