Junior Zoo Keeping course helps teens tell girl snakes from boy snakes and so much more

Is your teen begging you for a pet snake/tarantula/lizard/turtle?

A crested gecko is just one of the animals your teen will learn about at Urban Safari’s Junior Zoo Keeping course

So your teenager loves animals, wants to learn how to train a rat, learn how to tell a boy snake from a girl snake, dreams of working with animals as a career one day, is begging you for a pet snake-tarantula-lizard-turtle, has a couple hours to spare for the next eight Saturdays?

Well…. our Junior Zoo Keeping course is for them and it starts Saturday, Oct. 4 from 1 to 3 p.m.

Space in this unique class is limited so call Sharon at Urban Safari Rescue Society to register: 604-531-1100.

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