About our Chinchilla called Winston

About our Chinchilla called Winston

Our Chinchilla called Winston is a favarourite at all of the birthday parties, corporate events, care homes, schools and clubs.

Here at some facts about Chinchillas you may not have known.

 

  1. Chinchillas are native to the Andes Mountains in South America and can live as high up as 4,270 m.

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2. Chinchillas live in groups called herds. They are very social animals that enjoy the company of other chinchillas.

chinchilla herd

 

3. Chinchillas are currently listed as a critically endangered species by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species due to a severe population loss approximated at a 90% global population loss over the last 15 years. The severe population decline has been caused by chinchilla hunting by humans for their fur to be used for clothing.

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4. Raisins and sultanas are ideal treats for chinchillas and can be used as a reward in training too.

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5. chinchilla teeth are always growing so they need plenty of hard material to eat and chew on.

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So there are some facts about chinchilla’s you may nto have know. Want to meet our very own Chinchilla called Winston?

Visit us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk  to find out more.

Animals that a great for Halloween parties

Animals that a great for Halloween parties

At PB Animal Adventures we have a range of interesting and fun animals from those that are furry and cuddly, our creepy crawlies and our weird and wonderful animals.  Our animals make a great addition to any Halloween Party, making yours stand out from all the rest.

 

Check out this video to see what we can offer your party.

 

Like what you see? why not book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

 

Our Degus Mica and Milo

Our Degus Mica and Milo

Our two Degus Mica and Milo have exciting and mischievous personalities that make them a popular attraction for PB Animal Adventures at children’s birthday parties, corporate events, care homes etc.

This blog is a snippet of the fun facts that you could get with your animal encounter.

  1. Mica and Milo are approximately 3 years ols and have lived together all of their lives. Degus are very sociable animals that love to live in groups and hate living on their own.

Degu Blog

2. Degus originate from Chilie and live in burrows which they build as a team/group.

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3. Degus are very prone to developng diabetes so are very rarely given sugary foods.

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4. Degus live for 6-8 years in captivity.

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5. They are sometimes known as a brushed tail rat and are known for their teeth which are yellowish in colour.

Degu

 

So that is a small bit of fun facts about Mica and Milo.

Want to Learn more about them and meet then in person?

Email us now at info@pbanimaladventures.co.uk or visit our website at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

Our Giant African Millipede Cedric

Our Giant African Millipede Cedric

We have had Cedric our Giant African Millipede Cedric for 2 1/2 years and he is a popular part of our animal family attending birthday parties, corporate events, schools and clubs, per-schools etc.

 

Cedric comes from East Africa in places such a Mozambique and Kenya. His species is mostly found living in forests.

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His species of millipede is one of the largest growing up to 38.5 centimeters long.

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His defense if he feels threatened is to curl up into a tight spiral exposing only their exoskeleton and secreting a smelly liquid that can be irritating.

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Millipedes eat all sorts of food including bananas, tomatoes, lettuce, apples, cucumbers, fruits, vegetables. They also need a supply of calcium which can be added to their diet in the form of calcium powder or a cuttle fish.

Millipede eating

 

Cedric is a popular part of our events and the children find him fascinating.

 

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Want to meet and find out more about Cedric, than book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

 

Meet Vinnie our Bearded Dragon

Meet Vinnie our Bearded Dragon

At PB Animal Adventures we have lots of animals that are handled regularly and are very tame. This makes our job so much easier when we visit the children at birthday parties, schools and clubs, elderly people in care homes, our clients living with learning disabilities and the busy environment of a corporate event.
Our animals always present themselves calmly and graciously to provide a close encounter for our clients that is safe and fun.
Vinnie our bearded dragon is no exception to that rule and is one of the favourite animals of our customers.

Check out this YouTube video to get to know Vinnie some more.

Like what you see?

Why not book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

 

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What Vinnie our Bearded Dragon eats

What Vinnie our Bearded Dragon eats

Our customers at Birthday Parties, Corporate Events, Schools and Clubs and much more, always ask us what our bearded dragon Vinnie eats.

Here are just a few examples of the foods he can eat.

 

Collard Greens are good for Vinnie as they help him get some vitamin C and boost is immune system.

 

Collard Greens

 

Dandelion Greens are very good for Vinnie as they provide many vitamins such a vitamin A,C and K as well as calcium.

Dadellion greens

Carrots are a good source of minerals and antioxidants and we give it to Vinnie mashed as this helps him eat it without chocking .

 

Mashed carrot

 

Bok Choy (Chinese cabbage) is full of vitamin A.

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Strawberries are a good source of vitamin c. Vinnie loves strawberries and this is one of his favorite things to eat, although we do not give him too much.

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Crickets are a good source of protein.

 

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Roaches also a good source of protein.

Roaches

 

Mealworms and superworms are a good source of moisture with some carbohydrate and protein.

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So there are our examples of just some of what Vinnie eats. If you would like to find out more and meet Vinnie, why not book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

 

 

Meet our wonderful Animals at PB Animal Adventures

Meet our wonderful Animals at PB Animal Adventures

PB Animal Adventures is a Dorset based animal encounter company for all types of events and venues. Whether you would like to book us for children’s parties, schools or clubs or a care home, PB Animal Adventures will bring excitement and learning in an event you won’t forget by giving you an up and personal encounter with animals every time we visit. Our quick and easy, hassle free set-up will put the event in almost any scenario so we can bring the animal encounters to you.

We have loads of animals that could be brought to you.

Check out our video to see what animals you could have at your next event.

Like what you see?

Why not book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

Reasons why PB Animal Adventures would be good for your event

Reasons why PB Animal Adventures would be good for your event

At PB Animal Adventures we are use to going to all kinds of places for all kind of reasons. We have been to children’s parties, birthday parties, corporate events, care homes, schools and much more.

We will be good for your event because:

1) We come with an easy set up for almost all venues.

2) We provide interesting and fun facts about the animals.

3) Our animals and staff are friendly and enjoy visiting you all.

4) The staff at PB Animal Adventures have a range of experience working with various people with different needs including children, people living with dementia, people with learning disabilities and much more.

5) A visit from PB Animal Adventures will make your event stand out from all the rest by bringing something cool and different that will be remembered by all.

Check out this video to see a bit more about us at PB Animal Adventures.

Why not make your next party or event stand out from all the rest and book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk

 

Interesting facts children learn about our animals when booking us at their birthday parties

Interesting facts children learn about our animals when booking us at their birthday parties

As well as having lots of fun, we aim for children booking us at birthday parties and events to discover something new about the animals they encounter making an experience they will not forget.

Here is 5 of those facts you can discover at your birthday party or event.

 

Fact 1 – Leopard Geckos detach their tails when they are trying to get away from their predators which are snakes, foxes and other large reptiles. The tails do grow back but not fully and this can be stressful to the leopard gecko because their tails store a lot of their food reserves.

Leopard Gecko blog

 

Fact 2 – Hedgehogs spikes are made of really thick hair (keratin), which Is the same stuff as what human hairs and finger nails are made of. They are able to use these hairs to protect themselves by using the muscle under the spikes to make the spikes stick out.

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Fact 3 – Degus have 15 different sounds that they use to communicate with. Degus are very sociable animals that live in groups. To be able to communicate well with each other they use different sounds in various ways to mean different things.

Degu Blog

 

Fact 4 – Cockroaches can live for up to two weeks without their heads, because they have breathing holes in different segments of their bodies. The reason the cockroaches eventually die is because they become dehydrated with not being able to drink without a head.

cockroaches Blog

 

Fact 5 – Millipedes (Latin word for a thousand feet) actually don’t have 1000 legs. They actually have anywhere from 40 to 400 legs.

Cedrib Blog

 

If you want to learn more interesting facts about the animals we have at PB Animal Adventures why not book us now at www.pbanimaladventures.co.uk