- Macaw’s (parrot) can be found in South America.
- Flying Squirrels can be found in North and Central America.
- Alligator’s can be found in North America and China.
- Chinchilla’s can be found in the Andes mountains in Peru and Chile.
- Bearded Dragons can be found in central Australia.
- Boa Constrictors can be found in North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.
- Scorpions can be found on every continent besides Antarctica but are not native to the United Kingdom and New Zealand.
- Tarantula’s can be found in the U.S., Mexico, South America, Africa, Australia and lower Asia.
- Tropical frogs can be found in Central and South America.
- Bunnies can be found in Southwestern Europe, Southeast Asial Africa, South America, Japan, Sumatra and in your own backyard.
- Tortoise’s, Skunks and King Snakes can all be found in North America.
There was a lot of fun and educational information in the show on Friday. In case you missed the event, here are some of the many fun facts that we learned about the many different animals present.
- A parrot’s jaw is so strong that it can break a human finger and crack open the hardest nuts.
- Parrot’s lose feathers every day.
- Blue and gold Macaws from South America are as smart as a 3 year old.
- Bearded Dragon’s are shades of yellow and tan to camouflage themselves in their habitat, the desert.
- Bearded Dragon’s have no teeth and spike up when they feel threatened.
- Aside from crocodiles, alligators have the strongest jaws of any animal.
- Despite how hard a tortoise shell might seem, a jaguar can bite through it.
- Tortoise shells grow in rings from the cracks on their shells.
- Skunks dig in the dirt for bugs to eat; the more bugs they eat the stinkier they get.
- After a skunk sprays it can’t spray for a week.
For some more photos from Curious Creatures you can check out the slideshow below.
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