Snakes, lizards and Halloween costumes. If that sounds like your cup of tea, head to the Parsippany PAL building this Saturday for the New Jersey Reptile Show.
The first 250 kids get a goodie bag.
It runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and “the New Jersey Reptile Show is an event that brings together reptile hobbyists and various live reptile and supply vendors,” according to the New Jersey Reptile Show. “This October's show is a Halloween themed show and we encourage kids (and adults) to wear costumes and we have goody bags, etc for them.”
There will be three educational reptile presentations at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. and many vendors, such as Caits Carnivores, exclusive supplier of Venus Fly Traps, Pitcher Plants, and Sundews.
Expect to see at the show snakes, chameleons, geckos, bearded dragons, frogs, and other exotic reptile and amphibians and more.
“It is called the New Jersey Reptile Show, and it is one of the best ones in the state,” said Erick Zimmermann of Caits Carnivores. “I am a lifelong resident of Parsippany, and I have never seen anything like this in Morris County. This is the third time the show is being held at this location and it showcases some of the biggest names in exotic animals on the east coast,” adding that there will top-notch exotic creatures shown.
The family-oriented show is presented by Tails To Scales Pet Sitting Services in Butler, NJ.