Choosing Educazoo
it's above all encouraging animal welfare !



95% of our animals are rescued animals, that is to say animals that have been abandoned. Furthermore, all our animals are considered non-allergenic.

Our two sanctuaries are home to more than 90 different species, totalling more than 700 animals!

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Selection of the animals

Our biologists are in charge of selecting the animals that will visit you on the road. 




The selections respect the following criteria :


  • Outdoor temperature  
  • Species adapted to the age of the group
  • Respect of the schedule of each animal.

Each animal needs its own level of stimulation. This need varies according to the species, but also according to the personality of each individual. The outings are therefore planned to achieve the level of stimulation required for their well-being



It is always in the respect of the needs of each animal that the selections are created !


When booking, it is possible to make a special request (2 to 3 species maximum).
We will write them down in your file and do everything we can to ensure that you meet them. 
*Be aware that we cannot guarantee any animal, because we work for the well-being of the animals.








Educazoo is home to over fifty reptilian species at the sanctuary including lizards, snakes and turtles. We do not work with alligators for ethical and health reasons.


Discover the extent of our reptile repertoire and be fascinated by these scaly animals that make up our large family: 


Lizards (saurians) 

  • Geckonids: Leopard gecko, crested gecko, fat-tailed gecko, etc.
  • Agamids: Bearded dragon, water dragon, uromastyx, etc.
  • Scincids: Blue-tongued skink, berber skink, etc.
  • Others: Tegu, monitor, iguana, etc.  


Snakes (ophidians)   

  • Colubridae: Corn snake, milk snake, etc.
  • Pythonidae: Royal python, burmese python, etc.
  • Boidea: Boa constrictor, sand boa, etc.   


Turtles (chelonians) 

  • Emydids: Red-eared turtle, box turtle, etc. 
  • Testudinidae: Red-footed turtle, sulcata turtle, etc.




Educazoo is home to more than twenty species of mammals of all kinds! 


The animals that make up our large team of furry friends are considered to be non-allergenic at short exposure so that they can be safely handled during our activities. 


Here are our furry friends that you may have the chance to meet on the roa :

  • Rodents (Rodentia): Guinea pig, chinchilla, house rat, octodon, gerbil, mouse, etc.
  • Marsupials: Brazilian short-tailed opossum, sugar glider
  • Lagomorph: Rex rabbit
  • Erinaceomorph: African hedgehog 
  • Carnivore: Domestic ferret




Educazoo is never in complete silence as our birds create the safari atmosphere we love so much!  


Hearing our birds sing, talk and coo is even an experience you can have on the road! 


Our two sanctuaries are home to birds from the following known families:

  • Psittacidae: Conure, African grey, exotic parakeet, etc.
  • Cockatoo: Cockatoo, cockatiel, etc.
  • Columbidae: Turtle dove and dove. 



Educazoo is home to more than twenty species of amphibians, each more colorful than the next.


Some of them fit on the tip of a finger while others are too big to be held with one hand!


Meet species that sometimes have strange textures, but are extremely interesting to discover!


Discover their crucial importance in our ecosystems: 

  • Anuras: Several varieties of frogs, tree frogs and toads.
  • Urodelas: Salamander and newts.


Arthropods & other invertebrates


Educazoo is home to more than a dozen species of arthropods and molluscs. These small creatures are incredibly efficient and make up more than 70% of the planet’s biodiversity! 


Explore and discover the fascinating world of mono- and multi-legged animals!

These animals are often misunderstood and so interesting: 

  • Insect: Several varieties of stick bugs.
  • Arachnid: Mygalomorphae, scorpion, Amblypygi and Uropygi.
  • Crustacean : Hermit crab.
  • Mollusc: Giant snails of Madagascar. *


*Educazoo holds a CFIA permit to work with giant snails.


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CITES : International trade in endangered wildlife species.


A partnership with Environment Canada allows us to hold unique items seized at customs that come from poaching (ivory tusks, python skin, furs, sea turtle shells, etc.). 


These pieces are used in some of our animations in order to sensitize the public to behave responsibly when consuming animal products. We also teach them the importance of wildlife conservation and the repercussions of poaching on animal populations.