Unity College Herpetology Club’s visits Monroe

Monroe Spotlight

The 2/3 class was enjoyed a short presentation on reptiles and amphibians, an interactive game, and- live animals!

For live animals, they saw Red-Tailed Boa, “Bo”, who just turned a year old.

They also saw “Marigold”, our friendly Corn Snake. “Natasha” and “Scout” are the Russian Tortoises.

“Bulbosaur” and “Squirtle” are the Common Musk Turtles. Squirtle does have a noticeable shell deformity that was the result of improper nutrition as a hatchling, and while unfortunate, it serves as a great education tool to stress the importance of healthy diets for all animals!

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