The Nineteenth Annual Tucson Reptile & Amphibian October 2 – 3, 2021
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The Show is held at the Tucson Expo Center on a yearly basis and occupies about 60,000 square feet. Two thirds of the show is made up of individual vendors from around the country, selling and displaying captive bred (& healthy imported) reptiles and amphibians, supplies, books, jewelry, clothing, art — anything reptilian. The other one third of the show is displays of local and exotic reptiles from around the world and information about reptiles and amphibians. There will be a reptile petting zoo with alligators, monitor lizards, giant tortoises and snakes that can be interacted with by children and adults in a closely supervised manor. There will be a remarkable display of exotic venomous snakes such as cobras, taipans, tree vipers, old world vipers and coral snakes. Over twenty species of rattlesnakes will be represented. There will be Gila Monsters as well as other lizards and snakes native to Arizona, the United States and the world on display. There will be at least 4 or 5 species of Crocodilians on display. It is illegal to sell Arizona’s native reptiles or to possess exotic venomous reptiles in Arizona without a special permits. The permits are mainly for scientific study and Zoos. Seeing this huge variety of reptiles is a unique experience that should not be missed.