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Schedule a Show for College Campuses

Reptile Wrangler, Ken Panse, has developed a program specifically designed for college campuses.

Ken's popular reptile programs are designed to display the animals for viewing in clear containers or bamboo grated containers when not being handled during his "high energy" show.

We can customize the animal selection for specific criteria such as rain-forest/jungle, temperate, or desert. The selections include snakes, lizards, turtle/tortoises, toads/frogs and large bugs. The animals can be large or small, colorful or cryptic, passive or aggressive. You get to select which ones are brought!

Reptile Wrangler will come to colleges, universities, and other learning institutions via driving from our Atlanta, Georgia area based home location. The cost for most shows is $1,250.00 provided we can return to Atlanta for our busy weekend scheduling by driving 6 hours or less one way. Otherwise, overnight fees are assessed for time and accommodations. Monday through Thursday is ideal for us, but we are open to your scheduling criteria.

The auditorium or gymnasium is fine as is the campus activity center for the shows. Sound equipment for amplifying would help. It is important to have the show in a controlled environment for safety reasons as well as to minimize ambient sound distractions such as non participant's voices.

After the show, time is dedicated for the audience to ask questions, and, or move closer to see the animals. Ken will usually pose with a snake or 'gator for the students and staff to make photos for up to 30 minutes.

 Please email us with questions or potential dates   or call   (770)  489-3512.

To schedule a College Campus Exotic Reptile Show, please fill out the form below. This information is for gathering details and is non-binding.

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* Phone (home)
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Touching permitted, no holding:

*American Alligator – 4’ formidable jaws, Green Grunge, Green  

Jumbo Bullfrog – Green, Brown 9” large

Argentine Horned Frog – Green & Brown 4’’

Nelson's Albino Milksnake – Orange, Pink and Yellow stripes 2’ long

*Red Tegu – Orange, Rust, Khaki 3’

Green Iguana - Orange & Green & Black  4’

Yellow Foot Tortoise - Brown & Yellow Scales and Scutes 1 ½’

Argentine Tegu – Awesome Black & White beaded lizard 3’

Milksnake, Tangerine Honduran - Orange, Red, Black striped 2’ long

Albino Burmese Python - Yellow & Peach & White 6’ long


Holding permitted:

Kingsnake, Honduran - Orange, Red, Black striped  5’

Milksnake, Sinaloan – Yellow, Red and Black striped 3’

Boa Constrictor, Red Tail - Camouflage pattern, iridescent 8’

Royal Ball Python – Chocolate, Brown, Tan

Giant Pine Toad – 6-8” Brown, weighs about 2 lbs.

Red Ear Pond Slider Turtle – 10” Black, Yellow, Red - aquatic

Eastern Box Turtle - Black with Orange scutes

Eastern Kingsnake - 5’ Black, Yellow mosaic pattern

Red Rat (Corn) Snake - 3’ Tan, Red, checkered belly

Blue Tongue Skink - Brown, Tan stripes, Blue fleshy tongue 18”

Leopard Gecko - 8" Yellow , Black and White spotted

Uromastyx - Black & Gold spiny tail desert lizard 1’

Bearded Dragon - Beige Camouflage, Sand 1 1/2’


No touching or holding:
Hissing Cockroach – 3” Chocolate Brown 

Emperor Scorpion- Black 8” glows Turquoise in the dark                     

Tarantula, Giant Chaka – 6” hairy, Brown, Blonde with Black fangs

Mexican Red Leg Tarantula - 5", Red, Tan, Black - hairy & friendly

*Gila Monster – Black, Salmon Pink - poisonous 14”  

Copperhead Snake - 3’ Beige, Tan, Copper - venomous

Timber Rattlesnake – 4’ Beige, Tan, Brown - venomous

Snapping Turtle - 30” Brown, Tan, Mossy shell - aggressive


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Reptile Wrangler
2706 Whisper Trail
Douglasville, GA 30135-1406