Our Animal Team currently comprises of reptiles, mini beasts, amphibians and small Animals. Almost all our Animals are Rescued or Rehomed, Our doors are open to all Critters that are in need a of home by supporting us you are directly helping these animals and contributing to our rescue efforts.
All of our animals are well cared for and trained by experienced and qualified keepers, ensuring the very best welfare. We carry both Animal Activities Licence & Animal Entertainment Licence, We go above and beyond to ensure we meet these criteria and more. From having suitable enclosure sizes that meet every animal’s individual needs, to documenting food intake and cleaning routines. Even when we are out educating, every animal is carefully looked after to these standards.
Lizards are a diverse group of reptiles made up of thousands of species around the world, All our Lizard’s are very friendly!
Amphibians are frogs, toads, newts and salamanders. Most amphibians have complex life cycles with time on land and in the water. Their skin must stay moist to absorb oxygen and therefore lacks scales. Almost all of our Amphibians can be handled but some are for display only!
These shelled evolutionary wonders play important roles to keep their ecosystems healthy. Tortoises and freshwater turtles are important seed and spore dispersers for many plants, trees and fungi. Our Tortoise Crew are all very friendly and can be handled & interacted with.
Snakes are elongated, limbless, carnivorous reptiles of the suborder Serpentes. From Boas to Corn snakes we have a large variety of very friendly snakes from small to large!
An invertebrate is a cold-blooded animal with no backbone. Invertebrates can live on land—like insects, spiders, and worms—or in water. Marine invertebrates include crustaceans (such as crabs and lobsters), molluscs (such as squids and clams), and coral. Insects. Some of our Creepy Crawleys are very friendly and some are definitely impressive but studing and observing only!
Small Mammals & Birds
From tiny fancy Mice to Chickens meeting our amazing small animals brings so much joy to people and have such a great effect on people of all ages and they can have a hugely positive impact on the elderly. Interaction with animals is also thought to have health benefits included reducing stress and lowering blood pressure.