Zoofari Earth

No Longer Available

The ZooFari Earth program provides a fun, but educational, interactive and safe learning experience that features 6 live animals from 6 continents. The program exhibits live birds, mammals, reptiles and other creatures from across the globe focusing on biology, geography and world culture. Participants will be asked to interact with the animals through “hands-on” volunteering, question & answer and audience participation activities. All are guaranteed an up-close and personal experience!



North America – Emerald Toucanet (Toucan)
South America – Brazilian Salmon Pink Bird-eating Tarantula (2nd largest spider in the world)
Europe – European Legless Lizard
Africa – Dark Mongoose
Asia – Burmese Python
Australia – Bennett’s Wallaby

*Actual animals used in the program may vary slightly from those shown based upon availability.


What Animal Tales will need for the ZooFari Earth program:
A Table is appreciated but not absolutely necessary. Animal Tales will bring all needed items for the program. We want to make it easy on you!

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