Critter Science will be at the 9th Annual Phoenix Pet Expo Saturday, May 26, 2018 10AM to 5PM & Sunday, May 27, 2018 11AM to 4PM at the WestWorld of Scottsdale! Just look for the Critter Science banner and come by to meet, greet, and hold some cool critters.
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Don’t miss your chance to see Critter Science’s Scott Robinson at the Tucson Pet Expo! I’ll be attending a booth with some groovy animals and doing a 30 minute stage presentation as well. There are lots of neat things to see at the expo and loads to do. This will be the final appearance at this expo.
Snakes, blue-ringed octopus, spiders, scorpions and platypus among species to be included in Australia’s first dedicated venom storage facility.
Scientists have discovered a new species of fanged frog (Limnonectes larvaepartus) that is the world’s only known frog able to give birth to tadpoles. If that wasn’t enough, L. larvaepartus also fertilizes its eggs internally, a
Every animal is plagued by some sort of pest. You’d think we would all be better off if we got rid of them, but in fact parasites are rather handy. Meet, if you dare, the Old World hookworm. Its flesh is a pinkish grey, and its head is slightly, creepily bent away from its body. It has a wide mouth,
I’m always shocked by how little we know about spiders, including this shocking new discovery that the common garden center spider creates super-strong webs out