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Sponsor an Ambassador Animal

Do you or your company want to sponsor one of our animal ambassadors? This sponsor ship allows us to continue to enrich the lives of these animals so that they can better educate the public about their species. In exchange for this sponsorship, you will automatically receive a bi-weekly update on the animals we care for. Check out our current ambassadors below!

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Tsuchinoko (Tsuchi) -
Blue Tongue Skink

Tsuchi is a Blue Tongue Skink from the island of Halmahera in Indonesia. As the name suggests, he has a blue tongue that his species can flash at incoming predators to catch them off guard.

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Tumbo -
African Bullfrog

Tumbo's name comes from the Swahili word for "Belly". We often say that all that goes on in Tumbo's head is elevator music. At around the size of a softball, Tumbo has quite the appetite, as the name suggests.

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Dhub Dhub-
Yellow Uromastyx

As a Uromastyx, Dhub Dhub embodies the phrase "Business in the front, party in the back". As an herbivore, his species has a lot of predators, and he uses that spiky tail to scare them away if he feels threatened.

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Fluffy -
Leopard Gecko

Fluffy's favorite movie character is Curly from "The Three Stooges", as this is where the inspiration for his name came from. He possesses a morph that changes his color from the natural yellow to a white coloring.

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Tortilla (Tilly) -
Three Toed Box Turtle

Tilly is one of the fastest turtles you will ever see, but only when she sees bugs, her favorite food. Box turtles get their name from their ability to completely close their hinged plastron and hide within.

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Octavia -
Argentine Black and White Tegu

The Argentine Tegu is the largest lizard species from the western world, in addition to being one of the most personable and intelligent lizard species on the planet. Octavia is no exception.

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Nectar-
Bearded Dragon

Nectar looks quite different from most bearded dragons you may have seen. This is due to her genetic code causing her to lack the scales that give many beardies their classic beardie look.

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The Girls -
Mourning Geckos

The girls are quite an interesting crew, and one that stays together. These small geckos are parthenogenic, meaning that there are no males needed for offspring to be produced. 

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Group Sponsorship

Want to sponsor, but don't want your sponsorship to be confined to any specific animal or species? That's okay too! Just apply below, and put "All" as your sponsorship animal!