Today’s post is all about our reptile and amphibious friends and is dedicated to the REPTILE RAINFOREST. The REPTILE RAINFOREST has provided educational and informative reptile shows for schools, festivals, birthday parties and any occasion that you can think of. They have also been providing Canada with captive bred reptiles for 18 years. Snakes, frogs, toads, turtles, lizards etc all are needed in nature and Darren Boyd helps teach this to children at his shows. Many of us live in urban areas and no longer see these beautiful creatures in their natural environment. They think of them as scary or gross or icky, when they are actually filling a critical part of the ecosystem. We need them. So hat’s off to the REPTILE RAINFOREST and ALL of the reptile shows out there for educating the young and not so young about the wonders of our cold blooded friends.


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  1. Rex Renard December 15, 2013 at 10:28 am #

    Beautiful post, used to love looking for snakes in the summertime. Strictly catch and release or relocation if the property owner wanted them gone. Ironicly an invasive spieces of gobi helped the local watersnake population rebound to the point they’ve been taken of the endandered spieces list. I’ve only been bit twice both times because I was careless. Stay warm, stay safe, and as allways stay odd my friends.

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