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OUR EDUCATION ANIMALS
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Astrid the Breaded Dragon
Bearded Dragon (pogona vitticeps)
Astrid was brought in as a surrendered pet, whose owner could no longer care for her.
The Three Toed Box Turtle
Gigantor, Spot, and Lady
All three of our box turtles came to us with metabolic bone disease (MBD), a condition that results from improper habitat or nutrition.
Iris the Screech Owl
Eastern Screech Owl (Megascops asio)
Like many of our ambassadors, Iris came to us as a baby. She was the size of two stacked cotton balls!
Lucy the Squirrel
Eastern Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
Lucy came to us as a baby. When she arrived, she had been abandoned and presumed to have fallen from her nest.
JJ Watt the Bull Snake
Bull snake (Pituophis catenifer)
JJ Watt stays with us on permanent loan from one of our reptile rehabbers.
Maizey the Corn Snake
Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus)
Like Boss Hogg, Maizey came to us as a surrendered pet. Her original keeper had hoped to breed her to his elderly corn snake,
Pugsley the Virginia Opossum
Virgina Opossum (Didelphis virginiana)
Pugsley was an opossum that was brought to us along with siblings as orphans and admitted into the Animal Care Program.