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Can you see why “Blueberry” our blue tongued skink is called “Blueberry”? Guests definitely enjoyed seeing Blueberry at our most recent fair at the Woodland Hills Earth Day Event! Thanks to everyone who dropped by our booth and said hi!

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Here’s to starting the week of right with a much needed bird photo! Follow us if you would like to see more of our bird friends here at the Critter Squad!

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How would you like to wake up to this guy in your bed? Our whip scorpion also known as a vnegaroon or uropygid, is a lot less harmless than he appears. Whip scorpions are nocturnal, carnivorous hunters that feed on insects, slugs, and terrestrial isopods. They are found in tropical and subtropical areas as well as Africa. Digging burrows with their pedipalps, they prefer areas that are dark and humid. Where did they get name “vinegaroon” from? They have glands near their rear that will release a combination of acetic acid and octanoic acid which smells similar to vinegar.

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Our baby savannah monitor wishes everyone a great day from the Critter Squad!

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Pugs our dwarf rabbit is definitely one of most popular animals in our spring time bunny parties! Don’t forget to check out our cute and cuddly parties here: http://www.crittersquad.com/pages/cute-and-cuddly-parties where you can see more of our most adorable critters! Call us for more information at (818) 654-9433!

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Blueberry are blue tongued skink says hi!

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Think this a live whip scorpion? It’s actually it’s molt! Follow us for more photos from our behind the scenes critters!

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Looks like Iggy our green iguana has earned a well deserved water bath on this hot SoCal day!

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Banana Rock our yellow footed tortoise is making a run towards our camera! Follow us for more photos of tortoises!

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Follow us for more photos of Frank our frilled lizard!