TORONTO, Sept. 4, 2013 /CNW/ - For one weekend September 14 and 15th one of North America's largest LIVE reptile hobby shows is in Toronto at the International Center on Airport Rd. With over 85 000 square feet of the rarest captive bred reptiles, amphibians and specialty products attendees will be flying in from around the world to attend.
Live reptiles some of the rarest reptiles. Organizer Grant Crossman says "there is no Expo like the CRBE here in North America that brings the number of reptile enthusiasts and diversified breeders together". The CRBE in its 5th year has to this year's record number of over 225 booths. "Every vendor is here with one goal and that is to support one another and educate the public on responsible reptile keeping in captivity, all of the breeders at the CRBE appreciate the privilege it is to work with these fascinating creatures."
The 2013 CRBE celebrating its 5th Anniversary with guests including The Python Hunters from Florida, to speak on their efforts related to eradicating the Everglades of evasive species. Ton Jones from the hit TV show Auction Hunters. Ton promotes responsible reptile keeping worldwide. Bill Love from Phoenix is globally recognized for his nature photography. These are just a few of the many that are lined up for the entire weekend.
With the world of reptiles under the media microscope and the question of responsible captive care of these fascinating animals the Canadian Reptile Breeders Expo invites the general public (and media) to see the level of experience, professionalism, knowledge and enthusiasm that so many reptile pet keepers share worldwide.
Tickets are available at the door. VIP passes are available on the website www.reptilebreedersexpo.ca . Media passes are available upon requests with credentials. FREE parking. Guest lectures are FREE
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