Monday, August 31, 2015

Celebrate Snakes:Summary

Our first event for Team My Little Python (MLP S.N.A.K.E) Snakes Need Advocacy from Kids and Educators! went really well. First of all, adorable cookies and a froggy friend who showed up early.

Then, the actual event!



























Monday, August 24, 2015

Team My Little Python

Team My Little Python's first meeting (and our 1st anniversary) is on August 28th at our house in Serpentville! Get information on the Facebook page!

Friday, August 21, 2015

Waltzing frogs

The school year just started here in Serpentville. But Serpentville has a Middle and Elementary school, so of course it has a high school. Serpentville High shared a slideshow of pictures to show the social interactions students experience and here is one of them.


Monday, August 17, 2015

Ambassador Pinkie GIFs



Put style, kittens and snakes, or just support for Ambassador Pinkie on your webpage with these GIFs as long as you link them to our Facebook, Twitter, or blog pages. These scenes are from March. We have lots of pictures of Ambassador Pinkie, but few are as classic as these.

Ambassador Wadjet GIF

Decorate your webpages with this fast slideshow of pictures of Ambassador Wadjet! Just make sure you link back to our blog, Facebook, or Twitter pages.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Happy World Lizard day from the Little Pythons!

This comic was supposed to be just a celebration, but things didn't go according to plan...


My Little Python lesson:Whether you're lighting candles for a World Lizard Day cake, making popcorn in the microwave, or doing anything else involving high heat, always know where your fire extinguisher is and how to use it! If a fire is too major, go to a neighbor's house or another nearby building with a phone (or use a cell phone if you have one) and call 911.

Monday, August 10, 2015

A My Little Python view of Snake Fungal Disease

Click comic to enlarge. This is not part of My Little Python canon! If you see a snake with strange growths on its face, tell all relevant groups in your area. Snake Fungal Disease has been recorded in most or all of the Eastern United States. If you see a snake with strange growths, in your report to relevant groups, say what kind of snake it was (if you know), when and where you saw it, and what the weather was like. With your help, we can eliminate Snake Fungal Disease or at least find a cure.