Encounter some of God’s Amazing Animal Creations!
We have expanded our animal exhibits and added some new amazing creatures!
And we are currently working on new enclosures to allow us to bring in more animals!
You may have been to The Creation and Earth History Museum in Santee, California, but have you had an up close encounter with the animals?
Did you know that the museum offers live animal shows?
Not only does the museum bring out certain animals during tours, but the “CREEPING THINGS” animal show will come to you!
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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, quickly dispel many of the misconceptions about reptiles, amphibians, insects and arachnids that have become ingrained in our modern culture. 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 2 hours and contain about 10-20 animals. We currently can accommodate all of Southern California by appointment. You can visit the Creeping Things Facebook page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/CreepingThings
Many of our animals are currently on display in the Day 5 and Day 6 Exhibits of the museum and can be seen anytime Monday through Saturday 10 am to 6 pm. Others are behind the scenes and are used only for animal presentations. Look for more new animals coming soon to the Creation & Earth History Museum! Hope to see you there!