“The zoo has come to the Valley,” Majewski said. With a hands-on approach to educating and entertaining, there is always excitement during the presentations, she explained.
George, a 10-year-old boa snake, is one of the many animals Majewski and her staff has brought. Like most of the animals Pacific Animal Productions presents, George is a rescue animal who was raised in captivity as a pet and needed a safe home.
Pacific Animal Productions is a licensed zoo that obtains most of its animals from other zoos or are rescued animals, like George.
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“A lot of people are scared of them,” said James Young, adventure guide and animal trainer with Pacific Animal Productions. “You can learn more and more about animals; get hands-on, close and personal with them.”
Pacific Animal Productions puts on a family friendly show that is interactive. The weekend presentations begin at 1:30, 4 and 6:30 p.m., with weekday shows at 5:30 and 7 p.m. inside the Preble building.
For more information about Pacific Adventure Production, visit its Web site at pacificanimalproductions.com
Celeste Alvarez is an Imperial Valley College journalism major interning with the Imperial Valley Press for the spring semester.