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Exotic Animal Conservation Through Education

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ALL Funds Raised Go Towards Our Exotic Animal Education Centre & Community Work!

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Exo Teach Ltd Registed Englands & Wales number: 8505099 a Company Limited by Guarantee

Phone - 0151 650 0710

Email - info@exoteach.co.uk

EXO TEACH EXOTIC ANIMAL EDUCATION CENTRE

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Latest Exo Teach News

We now have a Gaboon Viper, (Bitis rhinoceros), on display at our exotic animal education centre! (Wirral. UK)

 

This species is the world's heaviest viperid and has the longest fangs – up to 2 inches in length (5 cm). It also has the highest venom yield of any venomous snake.

ALL staff volunteer their time & knowledge

Working together to improve exotic

animal welfare! Why not get involved?

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Events can be booked by: Universities, colleges, schools, country parks, museums, the scouting family, residential homes. private events and more!

DARE YOU book your unforgettable interective learning experience & encounter the world of exotic animals today?

EXO TEACH OUTREACH EDUCATION PROGRAM

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Our exotic animal education centre contains the first DWA licensed venomous reptile facility on the Wirral in over 10 years! 

 

Encounter sessions provide a unique 90 minute unforgettable hands on experience, helping to bridge the gap between people and nature. RECONNECT EXPERIENCE and DISCOVER the natural world and its inhabitants!. Encounter Sessions include: Hands on, feeding and photo opportunities, keeper talks, fun challenges such as bush tucker trials and venomous animal demonstrations.

 

Training Opportunities - We also offer a range of professional exotic animal management training opportunities, including DWA handling, husbandry & legislation courses. Book your encounter session or training opportunity today!

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Our outreach education program provides an unforgettable learning experience for all ages!

 

Sessions can include hands on workshops with a large selection of exotic animal species including snakes, lizards, tortoise, tarantulas, scorpions, millipedes, frogs and tanukis.

 

Educational Talks, Presentations and Demonstrations,

Exotic Animal Public Exhibits, Community Events, Phobia Workshops, Youth and Animal Therapy Workshops.

 

This program can be booked by anybody, but we ask that your venue is indoors and suitable for live animals. The welfare of our animals comes before all public enjoyment.

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EXO TEACH are a self-funded non-profit organisation who operate from an exotic animal education centre, located in Birkenhead on the Wirral peninsula.

 

Our mission is to design projects targeted to generate a greater awareness of exotic animal education, welfare and captive management, both within our local community and across the Northwest. We currently work with many establishments such as universities, schools, country parks, youth organisations and museums, offering professional learning opportunites.

 

We also offer specialist training courses, encounter sessions and volunteer programs held at our education centre. These opportunities are designed for participants to learn and practice the skills needed to safely maintain collections of reptile, invertebrate and amphibian.

 

We are currently in the process of relocating our exotic animal education centre. This means for the foreseeable future we will only be offering training courses (from a temporary premises) and outreach education programme sessions. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

More information will be announced shortly!

 

 

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