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Meet our Farm Animals

Patagonian Mara (cavy)
Portrait of Joey.

Joey

Patagonian maras may look more like giant rabbits or small deer, but they are rodents. They live on the plains and scrubland of Argentina.

Interaction: Mildly interactive, enjoys being hand fed lettuce, possible opportunities to walk him on a harness

Flemish Giant Rabbit
Portrait of Jimmy.

Jimmy

The Flemish Giant rabbit is a very large breed of domestic rabbit, and is normally considered to be the largest breed of the species. These awesome rabbits are the gentle giants of the bunny world, growing up to between 12 and 15 pounds.

Interaction: Very interactive, a must-have, great for any age group, great photo opportunities.

Mini Rex Velveteen Rabbit
Portrait of Quinn.

Quinn

The mini rex rabbit has extremely soft short fur. They are a very smart and well-known pet rabbit, they're playful, relaxed and are known to be more "cat-like" than other breeds.

Interaction: Very interactive, calm and gentle, a must-have, great for any age group, great photo opportunities.

African Spurred Tortoises
Portrait of Sheldon, Amy, Howard, and Leonard.

Sheldon, Amy, Howard, Leonard

African Spurred Tortoises could grow up to 150 pounds and live to be 100 years old. They are the third largest type of tortoise in the world.

Interaction: Very interactive, great for any age group, possibility of being fed during presentation.

Hamsters
Portrait of Aviva and Koki.

Aviva and Koki

Hamsters are native to Syria. With their cheek pouches, they are secretive burrowers and hoarders. Being nocturnal creatures, they usually sleep during the day and play and explore at night.

Interaction: Very interactive, great for any age group, possibility of being fed during presentation.

Note: Not available for outdoor parties

Chinchillas

Chin & Chilla

Chinchillas are from the Andes Mountains in South America, so they have a very thick fur coat to keep them warm. They LOVE to take a bath in dust to keep their fur dry and soft.

Interaction: Very interactive, active and gentle, great for any age group, great photo opportunities

Note: Not available for outdoor parties

Sugar Gliders
Portrait of Sugar Gliders.

Sugar gliders are a marsupial from Australia, they're similar to a flying squirrel. They have an extension of skin from their last finger to their first toe to allow them to jump and glide from tree to tree.

Interaction: Moderately interactive, great for any age group, possibility of feeding them honey straws

Note: Not available for outdoor parties

Hedgehog
Portrait of Sonic.

Sonic and Charlie

Hedgehogs will curl up into a tight ball when they get frightened and stick their spikes up to protect themselves. They can sleep up to 18 hours a day!

Interaction: Moderately interactive, great for any age group, a must-have.

Guinea Pigs
Portrait of Guinea Pigs.

Winter and Autumn

Guinea Pigs originated in the Andes of South America. They communicate by making various sounds that have different meanings and "popcorn," or jump in the air, when happy.

Interaction: Moderately interactive, great for any age group

Note: Not available for outdoor parties

Juliana Pigs
Two Juliana Pigs

Babe and Wilma

Juliana Pigs are a small colorful pig originating in Europe. They are a small spotted miniature pig specially bred to work with humans. They are social animals that normally live in a herd which is why they love socializing with humans. They love belly rubs, suggles, rooting around and sunbathing. Very interactive.

Serama Chickens
Portrait of Serama Chickens.

Serama Chickens are the smallest and lightest chickens in the world. They weigh between 10 and 12 ounces. These chickens originated in Malaysia. Seramas make beautiful pets both indoor and outdoors.

Pygmy, Lamancha Goats
Portrait of Rocky.

Rocky, Flower, Vincent, Van Gogh, and Lily 

Goats are one of the first animals to be tamed by humans approxiatemately 9,000 years ago. The lifespan of a goat is about that of a dog. Goats are mountain animals and love to climb. They are foragers, not grazers. Goats have 4 stomachs and can frequently be heard burping!

Interaction: very interactive, great with children, possibility of being fed

Hair Sheep

Linus

Sheep have very good memories. They can remember at least 50 individual sheep and humans for years. They have also been known to display emotions, some of which can be studied by observing the position of their ears. Contrary to popular belief, sheep are extremely intelligent animals capable of problem solving.

Interaction: very interactive, great with children, possibility of being fed

Gecko

Belle

Geckos are usually brightly colored. Body coloration depends on the colors of their environment because it plays important role in the camouflage. Geckos are nocturnal creatures.

Interaction: moderately interactive

Zebu Cow
Portrait of Molly.

Molly and Mae

Zebu cattle originated in Southwest Asia and have humps on the shoulders, large dewlaps, and droopy ears.

Interaction: moderately interactive, great with children, possibility of being fed

Axolotls

Axolotls are a type of salamander but unlike other salamanders they remain aquatic their entire life. They are a critically endangered species in the wild.

Ducks
Three ducks.

Pekin, Runners, Khaki Campbell, Blue Swedish, Cayuga, White Crested

Ducks are found on every continent except Antarctica. They have highly waterproof feathers which allow their skin to stay dry even when the duck dives under water. Ducks have been domesticated as pets for more than 500 years.

Bullfrog

Jeremiah

Bullfrogs are the largest of all North American frogs. The baritone call of the bullfrog is so deep and resonant, it resembles the mooing of a cow, hence its name.