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Ecological Snake Festival On a Visit to Scoropeya
July 21, 2016 21:26


A unique first-ever ecological festival dedicated to snakes will take place in Tula on July 23.

Tula Exotarium boasts such one-of-a-kind achievements. It is true not only in regards of scientific work: visitors can never get bored here since unusual vivid events have become a tradition in the zoo. This year two of them have coincided in time - the International Snake Beauty Contest and the ecological festival On a Visit to Scoropeya. As you can easily guess, the main characters of this day, July 23, will be the reptiles that have gained fame to the Tula Zoo.

For visitors’ convenience the festival will fa33 int6 two sections: an entertaining one from 12 am to 4 pm and an informative one from 4.30 pm to 6 pm.

In the first half of the day the beauty contest and exhibition of unique, bright and beautiful snakes from all over the world will kick off. At the same time visitors will have a chance to take herpetologist's courses and master tricks and rules of managing live snakes. Vivid impressions and unforgettable feelings of communication with snakes, as well as demystifying myths and legends about them - all of this will be present in the first part of the festival program.

The educational part of this event will be especially interesting to those who prefer engaging communication to active entertainment. Herpetologists of Tula Exotarium welcome all those interested in snakes in all their variety to take part in the festival. However the number of participants is limited, so make sure to register in advance.

Open hours of Exotarium: from 10 am till 8 pm on all days except Monday and Tuesday.

Contact phone: +7 (4872) 47-53-92


Sources: http://museum.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula     

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