Featuring reptile and amphibian breeders and
wholesalers, reptile pet products and supplies,
educational seminars and exhibits, and fun-filled
activities for the entire family!
|10:00am-5:00pm (VIP Entry at 9:00 am)|
|$8.00 - Adults|
|$5.00 - Children (5-12)|
|Four and under FREE!|
For over seven years the South Carolina Reptile & Exotic Animal Show thrived at the Jamil Temple in
Columbia, South Carolina, before moving to other cities and venues. In November 2006, under new Repticon
management, the show made a triumphant return to its original location. We were thrilled with the amount of
positive feedback we received about the show being back where it belonged. Again we came back in June &
November 2007 for more successful shows. We are pleased to be returning in 2008. Check out the photos
below of past shows. Come experience one of the hottest venomous and non-venomous shows in the
There's always something
fun for kids at Repticon,
from kid-friendly live-
animal encounters to
reptile themed crafts and
puppet shows. Be sure
to bring your little herper
by the Kids' zone to see
what's new at the
Repticon Kids' zone in
Jeff has been
using reptiles and
educate all ages
for over 10 years.
While in the
More than a mere hobby, he has actively pursued these creatures in all facets of his life.
He has appeared on countless local stations as well as national TV!
Hunter specializes in the diet, general husbandry, and medical issues involved with large African and
South American tortoises. His primary genus of concern is Geochelone, with the Sulcata being his
favorite. Besides Sulcatas, he also keeps Redfoots, Yellowfoots, Indian Stars, Leopard Tortoises,
Eastern Box Turtles, African Sidenecks, Mata Matas, and several other exotic and domestic chelonians.
Hunter Jackson has been keeping chelonians for several years, ever since he found an
Eastern Box Turtle at the age of 3. Along with practical experience, Hunter has been
mentored by some of the foremost tortoise keepers in the business. Today his personal
collection has grown vastly to include chelonians from all over the world.
Tom Brown from Under the Canopy Farms
will be giving a presentation on the wonderful
& wet world of captive bred tropical
VenomousReptiles.Org contributor Chuck
Hurd holds a Bachelor of Science degree
from the University of Tennessee and is
licensed to teach in Tennessee and Georgia.
He has been keeping venomous reptiles
since 1990. While in the unrestricted state of
Virginia his collection included exotics such
as Naja n. naja and Bitis gabonica gabonica
as well as indigenous species. Chuck’s
collection is now housed in north Georgia
and consists all venomous species
indigenous to the state.
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