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The Curious Creatures staff of professional exhibitors teach respect and appreciation for exotic and unusual animals. The presentation is hands-on, interactive and can be tailored to meet your individual needs. The presentations include interesting facts and stories about our creatures in an educational and entertaining environment.
The staff matches the animals they bring to the age of party goers. For younger audiences, ages three to five, an abundance of furry animals are on the scene to keep kids engaged and busily petting. Kids of all ages are given the chance to hold, examine, and ask questions about each animal.
A one hour hands on educational program in your home, school or location of choice.
One of our Curious Creatures Staff members brings a variety of animals and lots of fun facts about the animals for the program.
A tailored program to suit your needs and age group. Rainforest Animals, Desert Animals, Arachnids, Vertebrates vs. Invertebrates, etc..
Ten to twelve different species are brought to teach the kids about Alligators, Snakes, Frogs, Lizards, Turtles, Tarantulas, Scorpions, Hedgehogs, Chinchillas, Rabbits, etc..
The guest of honor gets the added bonus of a Curious Creatures T-shirt.
$200 - $300
The ideal group size for a Curious Creatures party is up to twenty kids - but they can work with larger groups as well. There may be a travel charge depending on the location. Additional fees may apply depending on start time.
Greater Boston Area, Boston, MA map
Phone: (978) 556-5353
Curious CreaturesWe hired Curious Creatures for both of my sons' birthday parties! We cannot say enough about how wonderful the staff is - not to mention how healthy and beautiful the animals are! We are planning on hiring them again next year!
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