Venomous Serpent Display
For larger events
A portable 4 x 4 metre snake pit enables a crowd to freely gather for easy viewing of reptiles from a safe distance, especially from tiger snakes which have the potential to both instil fear and fascination.
Between talks about the myths and facts of venomous snakes, the public can watch the Snake Artist create a snake painting while chatting and answering one-on-one questions.
For specialty groups and classrooms
A Powerpoint presentation is an ideal method of
offering more in-depth and scientific information and at times, accompanied by live reptiles in enclosures.
Lectures may also cover marsupials, including Tasmanian devils and Thylacines.
When reptiles are the main topic and venomous snakes are present, these will be in locked enclosures, with only non-venomous reptiles available for touching.
Jen’s Mini Shows
For small groups
For smaller groups, Lady Jennifer will bring in some non-venomous reptiles and other occasional creatures from nature (such as stick insects or colourful beetles) for people of all ages to touch and learn about.
Jennifer is an enrolled nurse working within the aged care sector and has discovered that bringing the world of nature into Aged Care Facilities has proven to be an enriching highlight in the lives of residents who otherwise may not have opportunities or abilities to venture into the outside world to view our unique Australian wildlife.