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Expo Schedule

At every Expo we present seminars on the natural history and care and feeding of reptiles and amphibians. Every Expo features different animals. We also have special events like photo opportunities with huge snakes and Bearded Dragon Races! Please click below to see the schedule for the next Expo.

Schedule of Events at the Stage (Right Rear Corner of the Expo)

11:00-11:15 Bearded Dragon Races

11:15-11:30 Best Beginner Reptiles

12:00-12:15 Crickets, Superworms, and Dubia Roaches

1:00-1:15 Bearded Dragon Races

1:15-1:30 How to Breed Ball Python Morphs