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Repticon!

Located in Pasadena, we’ll be featuring our popular exotics, small animals and a plethora of reptile supplies by all your favorite brands. January 11-12, Saturday and Sunday! Pasadena Convention Center and Fairgrounds 7902 Fairmount Parkway Pasadena Tx 77507 Saturday: 10am-5pm. VIP entry available at 9am. Sunday: 10am-4pm. No VIP. Online VIP early admission at 9am saturday will be $12 for adults or $5 for children between 5-12yrs of age. Two day tickets: $15 for adult and $5 for children (5-12yr). One day tickets: $10 for adult and $5 for children (5-12yr).

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Another Shot of Our Red-Eyes!

Our Red-eyed Tree Frogs are out and about!

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Another Red-eye!

This little guy popped out to say hello right after their misting and feeding.

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Baby Bunnies!

These little babies are about 11 days old. Their eyes aren’t even open yet. The mama has been doing a great job at fattening them up for a new home!  

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Red-eyed Tree Frog

These little guys are tropical critters found throughout Central America and southern Mexico. They’re not poisonous despite their colorful patters. These vibrant colors stay hidden until they feel threatened, then they flash their sides and open those eyes to make their predators think twice. That hesitation gives the Red-eye a chance to escape.

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