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Curious Creatures

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Welcome to Curious Creatures! Our clean-cut, professional staff provide live animal shows that are hands-on, entertaining and educational.


Location
106 Main Street Groveland, Massachusetts, United States 01834

phone: view phone(978) 556-5353

fax: view fax(978) 556-5373

www.curiouscreatures.org/

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Our staff of professional exhibitors teach respect and appreciation for exotic and unusual animals. Our presentation is hands-on, interactive and can be tailored to meet your individual needs. We ... Read More >>
Our staff of professional exhibitors teach respect and appreciation for exotic and unusual animals. Our presentation is hands-on, interactive and can be tailored to meet your individual needs. We include interesting facts and stories about our creatures in an educational and entertaining environment.

Our typical show is a great fit for children of all ages - preschool to College level. Some of the animals you will see at a Curious Creatures event will include but not limited to the following:* Alligators, frogs, lizards, arachnids, turtles or tortoises, rabbits, snakes, chinchillas, flying squirrels, skunks, hedgehogs, geckos, bearded dragons and many more! Hide

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