Meet the Reptiles - Bank Holiday Weekend Event

Meet the Reptiles - Bank Holiday Weekend Event

Get up close and personal with creepy crawlies and scaly reptiles at the Internet Reptile “Exo Terra Meet the Reptiles” event which will be running in store from Friday 23rd until Monday 26th August 2019

Meet and get the chance to hold our exotic reptiles – from bearded dragons, lizards and snakes to crested geckos and frogs at our Aztec themed event, sponsored by Exo Terra! Our reptile experts will be on hand throughout the day with amazing facts and expert advice about our scaly friends…did you know for example that snakes don’t have eyelids and that lizards smell with their tongues? 

Bring the children and let them learn all about our fascinating reptiles, with goody bags and activities (whilst stocks last). 

There will be plenty of photo opportunities on the day - ever wanted to get that must have shot holding a snake, lizard or stick insect? Well you don’t have to travel all the way to Australia for that, you can get it right here at your local Aztec event! 

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity and open your children’s eyes to our wonderful and exciting reptile species. It will certainly make a change from a visit to the local park and better still it’s FREE to attend! 

Find us at 10 Clarke Road, Nottingham, NG2 3JJ

Meet the Reptiles

The event will be running from 1030 until 1615 each day and will be based around the following schedule. Each encounter will run for around 10 mins and there will also be plenty of animals to view within their own enclosures in-between.  

  • We won’t be running a strict schedule today so you’ll have the chance to ask us which reptiles and inverts you’d like to meet. We have corn snakes, royal pythons, leopard geckos, tortoises, bearded dragons, painted agamas, stick insects and millipedes

Our 30 min schedule is designed to ensure the wellbeing of our animals and is subject to change or limitation if it is deemed to be in the animals best interest.

22nd Aug 2019 Internet Reptile Nottingham

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