Reptiles of all shapes and sizes were on full display at this past weekend’s BC Reptile Club Expo. (Lukas Wacker/Black Press)

VIDEO: BC Reptile Club Expo

Highlights from bi-annual event

The general public got a chance to learn more about the fascinating world of reptiles at the bi-annual BC Reptile Club Expo in Abbotsford over the weekend.

The event also gives local breeders a chance to display their available animals and help inform the public about responsible reptile keeping.

It’s also a great chance for breeders to network with fellow reptile keepers and new customers. The event also featured a kid zone, vendors, raffles and a food truck.

Video by: Lukas Wacker/Black Press

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