Sweetbriar Nature Center’s Long Island Woodland Exhibit: Forest to Forest

Sweetbriar Nature Center in Smithtown announces the grand opening of a new sensory experience. Visiting families can climb up the staircase of our nature center and take in the beauty and diversity of our simulated rain forest as they have been able to do for many years.  However, now, when they pass through the tropical […]

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Jungle Bob’s Albino Burmese Python

Jungle Bob’s Reptile Kids feature for the month is his Albino Burmese Python. Get to know Willie:   Fun Facts: * Albino – They are white with patterns in butterscotch yellow and burnt orange *from Southeast Asia *is a carnivore – feeds on large mammals *they wait 6 to 8 months between meals *they can […]

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Jungle Bob’s Rose Haired Tarantula

Creepy  Crawly and Very Docile meet Rosy the Rose Haired Tarantula. Have you ever seen a Tarantula up close? Or even touched one? Well at Jungle Bob’s Reptile World in Centereach you can.

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DINO-MYTE Family Event

WHO LOVES DINOSAURS? This past Thursday we had a DINO-Myte time at Jungle Bob’s Reptile World with a dinosaur inspired event for families. The event was held in the Outback at Jungle Bob’s Reptile World where on any day you can walk through and see some great animals but this past Thursday we not only […]

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Carnivorous Plants

Did you see that? That plant over there just ate that bug… because it is a carnivorous plant! Plants that eat bugs? THAT IS AWESOME! #GOMOMEEGREEN and head to Jungle Bob’s Reptile World to buy yours.

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