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Richard “The Oregon Reptile Man” was bitten in 1970. Not literally, but by the bite of extreme curiosity concerning
the natural world, and it’s seemingly infinite colors, patterns, and abilities in the reptile realm.
Established in 1991, The Reptile Man utilizes over 60 exotic reptiles from around the world as educational ambassadors to
nearly 500 organizations yearly.
The majority of our reptiles are obtained from local police and animal control agencies, and have found their way into TV
commercials, the movie industry, as well as humane training tools known as “Rattlesnake Aversion Training” for
over 100 hunting dogs yearly.
If we remove live animals from humans consciousness, eyes, and other senses, animals will eventually be removed from the earth
as well. For love, respect, compassion, and knowledge rises from such experiences, and continues to evolve into conservation
efforts in all it’s various forms.
The Oregon Reptile Man.
IT WAS SUCH A GREAT COMBANATION OF “OOOHS AND AAAHS WITH FASCINATING INFORMATION. IT WAS THE LARGEST CROWD
WE EVER HAD FOR A SUMMER READING PROGRAM! PATRONS WERE POSITIVELY COMMENTING ON IT ALL DAY!
MARY LYNN THOMAS
NEWBERG PUBLIC LIBRARY
“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.”
Our mobile reptile exhibit below has been named the most popular and exciting exhibit by fair-goers
at the Spokane Interstate Fair three years running with over 4000 visitors in just 10 days! The handling section was a great
Our Tortoises have made the limelight!
Here they are with Pink Martini and the Von Trapps.
Below Is "Bubba" The Eastern Diamondback Rattler. (Venom Removed) Which starred in the movie "WILD" with
You are awesome. My students really Enjoyed your show at our school
today. I hope you come back for years to come.
Respectfully, Mr. Mejia
Ruth Livingston Elementary.
Below is "DB Cooper" Found in 2009 swimming in Salmon Creek, Vancouver Washington. He has been visiting thousands
of children for the past 7 years.
to amaze me with how you have combined entertainment and education for our families—thank you. Folks keep coming to
see you even though they have seen you many times before. I think they especially like to be able to touch and interact (or
watch someone else be the “victim”) with your reptilian friends. We counted up to 600 people on the lawn to watch
Wilsonville Public Library
Education in and of itself is limited
without the engine of joy, excitement, and love to propel it forward to it’s highest
potential. For a maximum and lasting impact, make education exciting, entertain with life!