October Celebrations with Prehistoric Adventures

 

Fall is here and so are some of the best Pumpkin Patches around, packed to the brim with fun activities for all! A place for families, friends, or even a date night, this atmosphere is the bee's knees. 

For the first time ever we are bringing our mobile Reptile Zoo to the pumpkin patch to add to the spooky fun. You can find us and all of our reptile friends in both Fountain Valley and La Habra at Santa's Garden pumpkin patch.  

These pumpkin patches advertises huge, inflatable slides, bounce houses, fire engine train rides and more! You can slide down the Tiger's Mouth or swoosh down the Ship under an Octopus Attack. 

But this year's fashion is to have a live, 10 foot snake wrapped around your body, offering a big smile with you in a forever-memorable picture! 

As you can see, we have a pen set up for our African spurred tortoises, which you can feed for just three tickets! You can also see we have a full sized iguana, two monitor lizards, and a pancake tortoise. 

We also have a rock python, yellow footed tortoises, reticulated pythons and a two hundred and fifty pound reticulated python.

We have lots of other animals set up with an adorable pumpkin theme. 

Come see reptiles from around the globe, hold pythons, skinks, and even a scorpion (if you're feeling adventurous).  So come stop by our scenic and fantastic pumpkin patch and start your October with smiles, laughs, and memories. 

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Creepy Crawly Critters! Ahhhhhh!

 

So, October is all about the scary.....the freaky.....the thrilling.....even the gross!  We have PLENTY of those things here at Prehistoric Pets.  Everything you need for a truly frightening month!

So everyone alreay knows...well, almost everyone...that we have SOME bugs. 

We love to bring Emperor Scorpions and Rose Hair Tarantulas out to the birthday parties and scare all the moms.  Haha. 

BUT!  We have much more than that!

 

We have a very nice collection of tarantulas....some of which are not so nice....but pretty!  (lol)

Pink-Toe Tarantula....

 

Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula.....

 

And of course, everyone's favorite...the Goliath Bird-Eating Tarantula......

 

But wait....there's still more!

We not only have Emperor Scorpions, but their almost "twin" cousin, the Red Claw Scorpion....

(Check out the faint redness on the pincers....otherwise, I wouldn't know the difference!)

 

Oh, and did I almost forget to mention the ever-impressive Giant Red-Headed Centipede??

 

 

And last, but definitely not least....ewww......wow.......I can't even say it........just........here, look....

EWWWWW!   Ok, I'm better now.....Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches!  Ahhhhhhh!

My lovely assistant Mandy here actually uses them at some of her parties!  Brave......

We also have Dubia Roaches for your reptiles special tastes!

 

Also, don't forget about the regular feeders...Crickets, Super Worms, Meal Worms, Wax Worms, Goliath Worms, and Flightless Fruitflies!

We are CRAWLING with bugs!  (In the good way....)

 

So, whatever the need, be it something tasty for your pet, something to keep AS a pet, or even something to help you get over your fears (and scare your mom)....come visit us at Prehistoric Pets, and make your October complete!

Muahahahahahahahahaha..........

 

 

<3.............................Thalia

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October Treat!

 

So October is all about the scary, spooky, and creepy, right?  Well, we may be a tiny bit late, but for the rest of the month we have a creepy crawly addition to the hands-on area...a tarantula and scorpion!

Our Rose-hair Tarantulas are very docile, and beautiful to look at.  They get their name from the light pink hairs on their "head", or cephalothorax.  Originating in Chile, they are also known as the Chilean Rose.  They are always a big hit at parties, so why not bring them out for some special spooky handling??  

 

 

The Emperor Scorpion is the largest type of scorpion in the world...however, they have the least amount of venom.  Ours DO still have their stingers, but their pincers are their main defense.  You can tell the level of danger by the size of both:  big stinger, small pincers = VERY venomous...and vice versa.  The Emperor has huge pincers, which they actually use more for sense than defense.  Their pincers are covered in tiny little hairs that they use almost like a cat's whiskers...to "feel" around their environment.  They are from Africa, love to eat crickets and super worms, and can glow TURQUOISE under a black light!!

 

So come by before the month is over for a very creepy type of petting zoo!! 

 

<3.....................Thalia

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