Introducing the Critter Cabin, a place full of vivariums that hold all kinds of creatures! What might you find in them? Here’s an A – Z list of our favourite little critters.

 

Bearded Dragons are a type of lizard that have spines on their throats and can grow up to 22 inches in length. Bearded Dragons get their name from when they enlarge their throat (looks like a beard) when it is threatened.

Corn Snakes are a small, slender species that can measure up to 182cm in length. The belly of a corn snake looks like kernels of corn which is where the name “Corn Snake” originated from, and they live in the south-east of America.

The Crested Gecko mainly lives on mountains or inland forests. Tropical islands with hot weather and humid conditions suit this creature the best. This Gecko feasts on small insects, crickets and rotting flowers and can live up to 15 years old!

Giant Snails have been introduced around the world from their home in east Africa. They can grow to be up to 20cm long and weigh up to 32g. When the Snail is fully grown, their shells can up to 9 whorls (swirly parts)!

Giant African Millipedes tend to curl up into a ball when they are disturbed, and if they feel threatened – will secrete a liquid that can be dangerous to other animals and to humans (if it gets in our mouth or eyes!). They come from West Africa in the tropical regions, therefore living in moist conditions.

Leopard Geckos get their name from the spots that cover their backs. They are a very gentle creature and can live up to 10 or more years if cared for properly. Leopard Geckos have a tail that comes off if attacked or grabbed by a predator, making it easier for them to escape!

Pythons can be some of the largest snakes in the world! They live in tropical places in Asia and Africa and eat wild animals like monkeys and antelopes. Pythons can also live until they are 40 years old!

Scorpions have 8 legs and have a narrow tail that arches over their back with a venoumous stinger on the end. Scorpions can be found all over the world, except for places as cold as Antartica. If you put a scorpion under UV light, it glows because of the chemicals that are present in their bodies.

Stick Insects are generally a slow moving creature, and this is down to how their body is evolved. They are however incredibly good at camoflaging into their surroundings. Their legs & bodies are designed to mimic a stick, so woddland environments are perfect for this creature.

Tarantulas can be found in rainforests and jungles in America & Africa. Tarantulas prey on insects and grass-hoppers, and the predators that they stay away from are weasels, owls, snakes and even people!

Terrapins are from the same family as Turtles and Tortoises. They live in fresh water locations like ponds and lakes and have a tough shell made from two parts that connect at the sides. They also have very strong mouths but no teeth!

Tree Frogs are very small, and their skin can be very soft to touch. These Frogs can be found in marshlands, vine yards & humid forests. Tree Frogs can take very long leaps which enables them to quickly catch even the fastest of insects.

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We are truly amazed by the amount of entries and all your wonderful photos for our Visitor wall of fame! We hope you visit us soon so you can try and spot yourselves on our TV’s.

And the winner is...

Victoria Cook!

Congratulations on your lovely photo and your free child day pass!

Please send us a message for information regarding your free child day pass, we look forward to seeing you soon!

Here is our winning photo!📸
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PHONE LINE

Our phone lines are currently down, we are trying to get this rectified as soon as possible.
If you need to contact us in the meantime please email us at info@littleowlfarmpark.co.uk

Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause
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⭐️⭐️NEW ADDITION⭐️⭐️
Arriving tonight! What do you think our newest addition could be?🦉🦜🦔🐿🦃🐓🐏🐒🐷🦇🐢
HOW EXCITING !! 😁😁😁
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We will soon be updating our visitor wall of fame shown on the TVs around the farm. Therefore we are looking for new stars for our screens!
If you have any photos from your visits please post them in the comments below to be in with a chance of featuring on our TVs.
The best photo will win a free child day pass!

Winner to be announced on the 11th of August!

We look forward to seeing all your photos🦉🦊🐷
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TOP QUALITY MEADOW HAY FOR SALE

We have 30 x 6ft 6, 6 string bales of weed and ragwort free meadow hay for sale.

£35 per bale

Delivery can be arranged

For more info, please either send us a message, or give us a call on 01905 620325.
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HAPPY SUMMER HOLIDAYS

Wishing you all a fabulous summer, let's hope we get the summer we all deserve!

We will now be open seven days a week during the holidays, and come rain or shine, we have plenty going on to keep you and your little ones busy.

Our opening times are 10am - 5pm, with last entry at 4pm.

Hope to see you soon.

The Team @ Little Owl Farm Park 🙂
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Hopeless our Sow gave birth to the cutest little piglets only 2 days ago! (10/07/19)
Aren’t they just beautiful! 😍
Come along this weekend and see them playing in the pig barn 🐷 🐽 🐖😁
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Join us this weekend here at Little Owl Farm Park in this beautiful weather! Plenty to do and see outdoors as well as indoors!
Also come and meet our newest arrival!! Our baby Rhea, born on the 2/7/19!! He’s so cute😍
See you all on the weekend! ☀️🦉🍦🌻☀️
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☀️☀️Don’t miss out on this beautiful weather☀️☀️
Come and join us and enjoy the sun with our animals 🦌🐖🦉
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**Work Experience/Volunteers**
We have a few spaces become available for work experience or volunteers in our Petting department & Cafe.
If you are over 16 years old and would like to apply please pop over to our website and fill out an application form.
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Oh Deer Oh Deer Oh Deer ---- Oh Deer
Looking good for sun this weekend, so don't spend all your time in the Physical Education Barn, you may wear your pants out on the slide or get stuck in the Spiders Web.
Have a walk up to the outside fields and see if you can spot the baby deer hiding in the long grass. We have had four born this week and two of them were only born yesterday.
Can you spot all four in the picture. !!
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A little sneak peek of some of our new born fawns here at the farm! Come and see if you can spot them yourselves! 🌾🦌🌾 #cutenessoverload #littleowlfarmpark @ Little Owl Farm Park, Worcestershire ... See MoreSee Less

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