Creeping Things for Creation Day!

Creeping Things for Creation Day 2016!

We had so much fun doing 2 Creeping Things Animal Shows for Creation Day at the Creation and Earth History Museum in Santee, CA!  The Creation Day event was November 5th and included guest speakers, Ray Comfort, Eric Hovind, Jay Seegert, Mark Finkbeiner, and Tom Cantor! Special thanks to Wild Wonders Inc. and the San Diego Turtle and Tortoise Society.

Creeping Things Creation Day 2016
Creeping Things at Creation Day 2016 Event

Wild Wonders brought out six incredible creatures for our shows!

Wild Wonders animals for our Creeping Things show at Creation Day
Wild Wonders animals for our Creeping Things show, Creation Day 2016

There were thousands of people in attendance for the Creation Day event, and we were blessed to be able to perform two shows! We hope and pray that our message was well received and understood. Our purpose is to steer your gaze at the creature so that you marvel at the handiwork of the Creator and praise Him! It is so easy to be amazed by the wondrous animal life that our Creator has designed and made, but the amazement should not be focused there. Animals are amazing because their Creator is amazing! Let us give Him the glory and praise that His creation demands!

Let us come to your Church or School

Scientific Creationism and Herpetology Educational Shows

Let us come to your church or school and put on a show to educate and entertain all. Our shows are very hands on and our animals are “kid friendly” and safe and some of the reptiles can even be passed around the room.  We are based in San Diego but can to travel to any area in Southern California.

Here is a sampling of what you will find:

Creeping Things at the Museum
This ball python named “Cuddles” belongs to the Creation Museum in Santee, CA

 

Onlookers at the Creeping Things Exhibit at the Creation Museum in Santee, CA
Onlookers at the Creeping Things Exhibit at the Creation Museum in Santee, CA

 

Creeping Things Exhibit at the Creation Museum
Creeping Things Exhibit at the Creation and Earth History Museum

 

Creeping Things booth at an event at a local Baptist church
Spectators hold a Colorado Desert Shovel-nosed Snake (Chionactis occipitalis annulata) at Creeping Things booth during an event at a local Baptist church.

 

Me holding a California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae) at the Creeping Things exhibit in the Creation Museum
Me holding a California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae) at the Creeping Things exhibit in the Creation and Earth History Museum

 

Creeping Things class at a local Baptist Church
Creeping Things class at a local Baptist Church
Creeping Things Clothing
Creeping Things Clothing

 

Kids holding a Long-nosed Snake (Rhinocheilus lecontei) during Creeping Things class at a local Baptist Church
Kids holding a Long-nosed Snake (Rhinocheilus lecontei) during Creeping Things class at a local Baptist Church

 

The Creeping Things Exhibit at the Creation Museum in Santee
The Creeping Things Exhibit at the Creation & Earth History Museum in Santee

Glorifying God

Spreading Appreciation for His Creation

Refuting Darwinist Dogma

Call (619) 905-2524 to book a show today!

Creeping Things Educational Classes

 

Creeping Things Educational Classes

 

Glorifying God

Spreading Appreciation for His Creation

Refuting Darwinist dogma

With a traveling entourage of underappreciated and misunderstood companions, we will visit your school, church, or homeschool and put on a detailed presentation that is sure to spark the interest of minds young and old. Many of the secretive creatures around us are often dismissed out of hand as gross, dangerous, or even vicious without a second glance or thought. We believe that all of Creation works together according to His will and that every creature has a function and order among it. Within this order, there are the black-sheep “Creeping Things,” serving many crucial functions and performing thousands of fascinating tasks that go unnoticed everyday. Let us, in a single afternoon, quickly dispel many of the misconceptions about reptiles, amphibians, insects and arachnids that have become ingrained in our modern culture. Just seeing your child’s eyes light up as he holds his first rosy boa or the look of sheer wonder on your daughter’s face as she stares into the eyes of a baby turtle can instantly change the way you feel about this amazing group of animals. Most of our animals are “kid friendly” and can be handled safely with our supervision and we do our best to get all of the observers to become participants. Our fun-fact-filled demonstrations usually last about an hour and contain about 15 animals. We currently can accommodate all of Southern California by appointment, but special logistical consideration must be made in areas far outside of the San Diego area.

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