October 15 Kalamazoo, MI Reptile & Exotic Animal Expo

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I hope that you are enjoying this beautiful fall weather and the changing of the leaves. As the weather starts to cool off, it’s time to check out some cold-blooded animals at the Kalamazoo Reptile & Exotic Animal Expo. The next show is this Saturday, October 15, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Kalamazoo Fairgrounds. (2900 Lake St., Kalamazoo, MI 49048 ) Tables are filling up again this month, and we should have a great selection of animals at the show. Some of the things you can expect to see are: ball python morphs, albino Burmese pythons, leatherback bearded dragons, frogs, adult leopard geckos, lots of crested geckos, tortoises, milksnakes, cornsnakes, and dwarf reticulated pythons, to name a few. For those of you who prefer the furry critters, there will be hedgehogs, sugar gliders, and chinchillas. You will be able to pick up live crickets, hornworms, and live and frozen feeder rodents to keep your pets well fed. We will also have cages, UV lights, heat pads, hides, substrate, and other supplies to set up your pet’s new home. You will also be able to experience several exotic pets at our petting zoo that is included in the price of your admission to the show.

If you have any questions about the show, visit our website at www.KalamazooReptileShow.com or email us. Have a great week. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!
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