Posted May 1, 2016 by Kitty Devine

May 1st had traditionally been a day to celebrate Robin Hood. This goes back centuries. A fun way to celebrate with the kids is to watch Disney's Robin Hood. Each of the characters is portrayed as an animal.

Posted March 26, 2016 by John P. Barker

It is almost impossible to not like Jack Hannah.  His laid back nature and innate ability to not only teach, but also to  freak out, people with animals is always entertaining.

Posted September 23, 2015 by Kitty Devine

Keeping a small child happy and engaged while the adults are trying to eat and have a decent conversation can be tricky. That is one reason that family restaurants have placemats for coloring. You can have the same thing at home with a Counting Animals Coloring Placemat or a Circus Coloring Placemat.

Posted July 16, 2015 by John P. Barker

Want to scare the hell out of someone?  All that you need is a diver, a fake crocodile head, a ball, and a cute kid.  Let the fun begin!

Posted April 10, 2015 by John P. Barker

From what I can gather, crocodiles make alligators look tame.  I've had plenty of alligator encounters--enough to know that what this guy does with this crocodile is... unwise at best.

Posted April 8, 2015 by Kitty Devine

There are days when coffee alone is not enough to really help wake you up. But if you have your java in a Crocodile Creature Cup you can back up the caffeine with a jolt of adrenaline. It comes when you drink far enough down to find yourself face to face with a croc while you are still half asleep!

Posted February 28, 2015 by John P. Barker

Just how did they do this magnificent stunt from Live and Let Die?  Fake alligators and crocodiles with pneumatic triggers built in to make the jaws snap each time James Bond steps on them?  No.  CGI?  No again--the technology had not yet been developed.  So, what do you do when you have a cool escape idea involving close contact with giant, carnivorous reptiles?  You use the real thing.

Posted July 8, 2014 by Creature Features

Caimans are commonly associated with Cajuns, not Canadians, but recently one of these toothy crocodilians took the latter road – one far less traveled by members of its species.