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ANIMAL AMBASSADORS

A team of "all-stars" hand-picked out of a total of about 1,830 animals in our headquarter.
* Impressively beautiful, friendly, used to people, safe, and healthy.
* Each of our animal shows up no more than twice a month.

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  • Giant Tortoise

    Largest tortoise in the world
    Never denies veggies from your hands

    Alden

    SEYCHELLES

     

     

  • Chameleon

    Jewels of the jungle in Madagascar

    Robby

    MADAGASCAR

     

     

  • Albino Python

    Blondie

    USA

     

     

  • Parrot

    Bae

    CONGO

     

     

  • Secret Guest Stars

    Inquire

    UNKNOWN

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

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  • White Snake

    Well-respected in Asian cultures
    A rare white pearl born to black parents

    Matthew

    USA

     

     

  • Royal Python

    Beautiful pattern and docile personality

    Monty

    UGANDA

     

  • Albino Milk Snake (adult)

    Scarlet

    USA

     

     

  • Tegu

    Friendlier, smaller version of Komodo dragon

    Freddy

    ARGENTINA

     

  • African Tortoise (medium)

    Max

    ETHIOPA

     

  • Alligator Snapping Turtle

    Largest freshwater turtle in America
    Can live 200 years, weigh 400 lbs

    Mr.Grumpy

    USA

     

  • Sugar Glider

    Flying squirrel look-alike
    Relative of kangaroos and koalas

    Boo-Boo

    AUSTRALIA

     

  • Chinchilla

    Extremely soft fur
    60 hairs from each follicle

    Poppy

    CHILE

     

  • Snake-Necked Turtle

    Slendy

    PAPUA-NEW-GUINEA

     

     

  • Leopard Tortoise

    Callie

    ETHIOPIA

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Okeetee Snake

    Richard

    USA

     

     

  • Milk Snake

    Batesian mimicry
    Pretending to be venomous is key to survival

    Trinity

    USA

     

     

  • Albino Milk Snake (baby)

    Candy

    USA

     

     

  • Tiger Salamander

    Bumble

    USA

     

     

  • Black King Snake

    All-black snakes are not that common

    Noir

    MEXICO

     

     

  • Eyelash Gecko

    Presumed extinct for over 100 years,
    rediscovered in the 90's

    Velvet

    NEW-CALEDONIA

     

     

  • Bearded Dragon (big)

    Spike

    AUSTRALIA

     

  • Green Iguana (baby)

    Ziggy Jr

    MEXICO

     

  • Lionhead Rabbit

    Autistic children learn to communicate
    with the help of Lionhead bunnies

    Boris

    BELGIUM

     

  • White Bunny

    Not an albino, unlike the more
    common relatives with red eyes

    Melo

    NETHERLANDS

     

  • Legless Lizard

    A missing link between
    lizards and snakes

    Linky

    RUSSIA

     

  • African Bullfrog

    Second largest frog in the world

    Jabba

    SOUTH-AFRICA

     

  • Hippo Frog

    Krueger

    ARGENTINA

     

     

  • Dumpy Tree Frog

    Prince

    AUSTRALIA

     

     

  • African Tortoise (baby)

    Hanna

    ETHIOPIA

     

     

  • Star Tortoise

    Astro

    INDIA

     

     

  • Chinese Box Turtle

    Ming

    CHINA

     

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Tarantula

    Tiffany

    MEXICO

     

  • Tarantula

    BRAZIL

     

  • Emperor Scorpion

    CONGO

     

  • Gecko (small baby)

    INDIA

     

  • Giant African Millipede

    Largest millipede in the world
    with 256 legs in 64 segments

    KENYA

     

     

  • Fire Belly Newt

    JAPAN

     

     

  • Stick Insect

    VIETNAM

     

     

  • Bearded Dragon (baby)

     

    AUSTRALIA

     

  • Giant Hissing Cockroach

    MADAGASCAR

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Variety

Our Animal All-Star team consists of 50+ species from 30+ countries. Each ambassador represents its own species showing its unfathomed beauty and unique characters to people. By encountering and interacting with them in our professional presentations, people learn about how they survive in some of the earth's most primitive and extreme habitats in Africa, Americas, Australia, Asia and Europe. We have critters with 2 legs, 4 legs, 6 legs, 8 legs, and up to over 100 legs. For sure we have many legless ones, too.

Quality

Finest quality proven. All of our animals shown are in perfect condition to make sure they are safe and clean for people to interact with.

Rarity

You don't see these animals every day, unless maybe if you watch Animal Plant or Nat Geo Wild every day. Most of our animals are uncommon that many people have never got a chance to meet one in their life. It is not only about the species but also some of our animals are so different from their own species. Take a look at Matthew the white snake. His species is actually called Black rat snake! Less than 0.1% of animals on earth are all white.

Popularity

Many of our star animals have appeared in magazine covers, TV and films. Many local and international celebrities said they loved our animals!

 

 

 

 

 

Related: Safety & Hygiene, Animal Welfare