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Venomous Fauna Training Facility


EXO TEACH Ltd Registered England & Wales number: 8505099 a Company Limited by Guarantee

Phone - 0151 650 0710

Email - info@exoteach.co.uk

The EXO TEACH Education Centre contains a venomous fauna training facility.

These specially designed training areas allow members the opportunity to view and/or complete training opportunities with a diverse range of venomous species..



Static Tours During Educational Visits



During your visit to our education centre we will give you the option to enter our Venomous Fauna facility. This opportunity will allow you to view our venomous animals whilst listening to educational talks from our animal instructors. This opportunity also provides the chance to view our specially designed room, along with the handling & restraint equipment our instructors use to remain safe.


Our instructors will not enter or unlock any animal enclosures during any static tours.



Venomous Reptile Educational Demonstrations



Our venomous reptile demonstrations are a unique educational experience

carried out by two of our experienced animal instructors.


This opportunity gives you the chance to view a number of venomous reptile species up close from the safety of our demonstration area. Our demonstrations include instructor talks and question opportunities whilst another instructor completes practical tasks in front of our demonstration window.


This is an excellent opportunity to witness a variety of different animal behaviours, as well as how our experienced instructors safely complete practical tasks. 

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Current species housed at the facility:


Indochinese Spitting Cobra, Monocled Cobra, Indian Cobra, Cape Coral Snake, West African Gaboon Vipers, Saw Scaled Viper, Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, Tropical Rattlesnake, White-lipped Pit Viper, Broad Banded Copperhead, Brazilian Lancehead, Gila Monster, Mexican Beaded Lizard, Spectacled Caiman, Deathstalker Scorpion and Fat-tail Scorpion.

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