REPTILE PARTY OAKLAND / SAN FRANCISCO
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The Oakland Reptiles!

 

MEET THE REPTILES IN THE SHOWS

JUNGLE

1. Kingsnake

2. Ball Python

3. Leopard Gecko

4. Spiny-Tail Monitor

5 Arizona Kingsnake

6. Blue-Tongue Skink

EXPEDITION

All 6 reptiles above, plus

7. Legless Lizard

8. Red Foot Tortoise

SAFARI

All 8 reptiles above, plus

9. Tegu Lizard

10. Reticulated Python

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1. LYDIA: Kingsnake

california kingsnake

California Kingsnakes use constriction to kill their prey and they will eat other snakes, including venomous type. The "king" in the name (as the king cobra) references its taste for other snakes.

Diet: Carnivore (meat)
Size: 2 - 4 feet

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INCLUDED IN ALL SHOWS

 

2. BINDI: Ball Python

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Ball Python are a nonvenomous python species found in Africa. This is the smallest of the African pythons and curls into a ball when stressed or frightened.

Diet: Carnivore (meat)
Size: 30 inches

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3. LEO: Leopard Gecko

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The leopard gecko is a crepuscular ground-dwelling lizard naturally found in the deserts of Asia and India. Unlike most geckos, leopard geckos have movable eyelids and it has become a a very popular pet in captivity.

Diet: Insectivore (insects)
Size: 8- 10 inches

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INCLUDED IN ALL SHOWS

 

4. RUBY: Spiny-Tailed Monitor

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The Australian spiny-tailed monitor, a medium-sized monitor lizard, can attain a total length of up to 27 inches. They are diurnal, solitary ground-dwellers with a lower level of activity as to other monitor lizards. It is often found in its hideout at day, and it is a sit-and-wait-predator, preying mostly on insects

Diet: Omnivore (plants and insects)
Size: 12 to 24 inches

INCLUDED IN ALL SHOWS

 

5. RITA: Arizona Mountain Kingsnake

kingsnake

Arizona mountain kingsnakes have a banded pattern that consists of a black, cream or yellow crossband. They have a similar pattern as the Coral snake, but the snakes are completely harmless. The majority of its range lies from the extreme northwestern corner of the state, across the central mountain ranges into the mountain ranges of the southeast. 

Diet: Carnivore (meat)
Size: 18 - 36 inches

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INCLUDED IN ALL SHOWS

 

6. CORN - Blue-tongue Skink

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Blue-tongues are amazing survivors of urbanization. A skink may stay in the same backyard for years, conveniently consuming slugs and snails and sunning itself each morning. They have a reputation for stealing dog food.

Diet: Omnivore (plants and meat)
Size: 6-24 inches

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INCLUDED IN ALL SHOWS

 

7. YAGA: European Legless Lizzard

Legless Lizard

The Legless lizard can reach a length up to 40 inches It is tan colored, with a ring-like appearance that makes it look like a giant earthworm. Breaking through the shells of snails and slugs is an easy task due to their powerful jaw structure. They make hardy captives, capable of living up to 50 years.

Diet: Carnivore (meat)
Size: Up to 40 inches

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INCLUDED IN EXPEDITION

 

8. RINGO: Red-Footed Tortoise

african tortoise

Known in Brazil as Jabuti and Morrocoy in Venezuela, the Red-footed Tortoise is popular as a pet.
This species is protected and may not be exported from its home country without a permit.

Diet: Omnivore (plants and meat)
Size: 12-18 inches

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9. GUNTER: Tegu Lizard

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These large, South American lizards are commonly referred to as tegus. Tegus fill the same ecological niche as monitor lizards and are an example of convergent evolution. Tegus are primarily carnivorous. 

Diet: Omnivore (plants and meat)
Size: 2-5 feet

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INCLUDED IN GRAND SAFARI

 

10. NOODLES: Reticulated Python

reticulated python

Reticulated pythons are a species found in Southeast Asia.They are the world's longest reptiles and among the three heaviest snakes.
Like all pythons, they are nonvenomous constrictors and normally not considered dangerous to humans.

Diet: Carnivore (meat)
Size: 14 feet

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Source: Wikipedia

Reptiles in our programs are subject to substitution when necessary.

ABOUT THE REPTILES
We do not own any dangerous or venomous animals. Our animals are chosen based on their docile nature and safety factor. My Reptile Guys have performed over 6,000 fun and safe shows. All of the animals are child-friendly for the kids to experience up close.

Most of our reptiles are rescued animals that we adopted very much like pets.

 
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