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Ecosystem and Wildlife: Why Humans Should Not Intervene?

Blog | June 15th, 2015

An ecosystem or ecological system is a fully functional community of plants, animals and microorganisms interacting with their environment. Each member of the community has a role to play to keep a healthy ecosystem. The natural cycle of life and death keeps the balance in the system, and any outside… Read More

Most Common Venomous and Nonvenomous Snakes in Australia

Blog | June 1st, 2015

The Great Outback is known not only for its teeming and varied wildlife, but also for the large population of exotic and venomous animals. One of the most common is Australia’s diverse population of snakes. While not all snakes are dangerous, there are a large number of venomous snakes dispersed… Read More

Wildlife and Their Contribution to Ecological Balance

Blog | May 29th, 2015

Nowadays, in our modern time, humanity has managed to separate its self almost entirely from nature, which includes our animal relatives. It comes as no surprise that the majority of the human species is even afraid to consider themselves animals/mammals, much less related to them, or even displaying anything closely… Read More

Best Practices in Caring for Pet Snakes

Blog | May 15th, 2015

There are a lot of reasons why snakes are much better pets than most people may realize. Why is that? Unlike other pets like hamsters, mice, dogs, cats and birds, you only need to feed snakes once a week. So, they seldom need to defecate and urinate as often as… Read More

Overcoming Ophidophobia? Experts at Black Snake Production can help you

Blog | April 27th, 2015

The fear of snakes, also referred to as ophidophobia is nothing new and pretty commonplace. There is something deeply imbedded within the human psyche that fears creeping or slithering things. Perhaps it’s an instinctive offshoot of older fears dating from the time of our great hominid ancestors – a general… Read More

Health benefits of animal interactions

Blog | April 7th, 2015

When it comes to animals, it seems as if people either love them or detest them. This typically varies depending on the species of animal, but it is generally understood that people have a tendency to find a species of animal fascinating or astounding, and another, equally revolting. More often… Read More

Why Teaching Kids about Wildlife Conservation is Important

Blog | March 26th, 2015

Now more than ever, it is essential to teach kids about the importance of wildlife conservation. Unfortunately, today kids are constantly engaged in gaming or television and have a minimal connection to nature. Developing and nurturing an appreciation of nature in our kids is a fundamental element that safeguards the… Read More

Wonderfully wild nature-inspired birthday parties

Blog | February 24th, 2015

Your child’s birthday is the perfect time to make him or her feel special. Like any good parent, you’d want him to have a blast on his big day, a day that will be remembered! Throwing a party is a great way to celebrate your son or daughter’s birthday, although… Read More

Educational Wildlife Incursions for Schools

Blog | February 12th, 2015

Kids love to be around animals. Who wouldn’t? Even adults can’t resist some of nature’s fascinating creatures! Schools often take children’s interest in wildlife to promote learning and organize excursions to zoos and nature parks. But if there is one thing that excursions lack, its experience. And hands-on experience is… Read More