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Poisonous And Venomous Animals School Assembly...

May 25, 2015 by


In our Poisonous And Venomous Animals School Assembly you will find animals that rarely share a stage together, from spiders to fish to giant lizards! The words, “Poisonous and Venomous,” are often confused and used interchangeably, but they aren’t the same. They are different enough in fact, so that one could be considered a adequate defense and the other an extremely effective offense. Poison, usually chemicals that maybe harmful if swallowed, acts as a deterrent to being eaten. These could be considered passive weapons that are only useful if the poisonous animal is attacked and then the attacker has to be susceptible to the poison. Venom, however is the nuclear weapon of the animal world! It can make a 10 pound rattlesnake the equal of a 1,000 pound horse, turn a sleepy cobra into the...

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River of Monsters Party

Mar 14, 2014 by


 A River of Monsters Party?  But there is no “real” River of Monsters , of course. And we do not use this birthday party show to say any different! But people fear animals for many reasons and sometimes that fear can get out of hand. This show seeks to “un-monster” these wonderful animals. This birthday party program combines some of the most aggressive animals, alive in the rivers of the world, but is completely safe because the people of Snakes-N-Scales bring it to you. Animals Living in the River Of Monsters Party! The Alligator Snapping Turtle, left,  grows to be the largest freshwater turtle in North America and has a mean reputation. But the Alligator Snapping Turtle is not the monster it pretends to be! They are usually found at the bottom of lakes hunting...

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The Horror Beside You-Blue Butterfly...

Mar 13, 2014 by


  The Horror In any discussion of  weird Animals, the Large Blue Butterfly (Phengaris arion) from Britain, and its fellow species of butterfly in the Lycaenidae family, is certainly one of the more startling stories of the animal world. It reads as a page from monster fiction of a lurid kind. The “Alien,” story is easily conjured up or something primal, old and blood curdling from HP Lovecraft or Robert E. Howard. Only here the beauty IS the beast!   The Large Blue Butterfly is usually seen flying during the last week in June and through July. It is a small butterfly, perhaps 2 inches from black speckled wing tip to wing tip. It flutters close to the grass and the females can be seen depositing their tiny eggs on the petals of wild thyme flowers, (Thymus drucei)....

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