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At Animals In-Tuition our team of rangers are passionate about promoting respect for and an understanding of a wide variety of animals and their habitats.

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Our events and workshops provide a fun, rewarding and educational experience for young and old alike.

All the animals that accompany our rangers on visits have been chosen carefully to ensure that they are comfortable with being out and about meeting new people.

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Meet the Team.......... Our Rangers can cover areas not listed below, for further information contact Jo on 07817 637366 or email info@animalsintuition.co.uk

  • Andrew Grantham covers Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Derbyshire West. Tel 07791 153757. Email andrew@animalsintuition.co.uk - click to view more

    What is your favourite animal?

    This has to be a Praying Mantis.

    What is your favourite animal fact?

    Some species of praying mantis are parthenogenic so the females can fertilise their own eggs without a male - strange, interesting and if you are a man, just a little bit scary!!!

    Some Stuff about me

    I can wiggle my ears and fold them in, squash my nose and turn my tongue upside down. I love jelly babies, turkish delight, marshmallows and root beer.

    I have a black belt in karate, two gorgeous children, bake a mean lemon meringue pie and enjoy just dance 3 on the wii (with the kids obviously - ahem).

    Currently I am in training for a 56 mile hike round the peak district and a half marathon in March.

  • Mags Hudson covers Yorkshire, Humberside, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire East. Tel 07521 389607. Email mags@animalsintuition.co.uk - click to view more

    What is your favourite animal?

    Well, I am a real animal lover. I know I shouldn't have a favourite but it's got to be my horse Flicker, who is something special. Coming a close second, at the moment, are my two scamps Jedward ( John & Edward) the rats. What attention seekers! Each has their own unique personality. I also love Dolphins, but let's face it, who doesn't?

    What is your favourite animal fact?

    Most snakes are oviparous. This means they lay eggs, from which the young later hatch. Some snakes are ovoviviparous, which means that they give birth to live young...................however inside the mother the young are held in thin casings, or sacs. They hatch from these egg sacs just before birth. Can you imagine if the same was true of a chicken and the hen held her eggs inside her like this and gave birth to live chicks! What would we do at Easter for egg painting?

    Some Stuff about me

    Whilst organising a children in Need day event, I abseiled down a building in the centre of York dressed as Pudsey.

    I have Para glided in tandem with my daughter Sorcha over a lake in South Africa and overcame a fear of heights.

    One memorable experience was on an Elephant Safari. I got so close to two Rhino's, who were totally oblivious to my presence.

    Finally, I love endurance riding with Flicker my fantastic horse.

  • Marie Conway currently enjoying maternity leave. - click to view more

    What is your favourite animal?

    I can never give a straight answer to this question, I adore all my animals but the cuties are definitely the Sugar Gliders, the funniest are the chickens and the most interesting are the minibeasts!

    What is your favourite animal fact?

    The Death's Head cockroach can live for one week without its head. This species of cockroach has six brains throughout its body; therefore, it can still fully function after its head is removed. However, without a mouth, it cannot gain the food and water it needs for a long and health life, and will eventually dehydrate and starve to death.

    Some Stuff about me

    When I was at primary school I told my mum, when I grow up I want to marry a farmer just so I can have lots of animals. I'm still looking by the way!

    I worked in Thailand for two months at a rescue centre and went swimming in a lake with elephants - it was awesome

    I am currently learning to kayak, I love the water and swimming but thought kayaking would get me closer to river wildlife

    WhenI get time I love to paint, there is nothing better than splashing a few paints around. my favourite artist is Franz Marc

    I can't watch horror films there too scary but I enjoy a good comedy. Which means that Snakes on a plane is definitely not my favourite film

  • Jo Drever-Smith Founder of Animals In-Tuition. Contact for all general enquiries :Tel 07817 637366. Email info@animalsintuition.co.uk - click to view more

    What is your favourite animal?

    It has to be dogs and horses, I have a mini schnauzer and a border terrier, sadly no horses at the moment.

    What is your favourite animal fact?

    Komodo Dragons will try to eat the baby Dragons, so the young have to climb in the trees to hide themselves. The young dragons are generally green and brown with stripes to help him hide in the trees.

    Some Stuff about me

    I am scared of spiders! I can now at least handle Cruella my tarantula, but at home I am the first one to stand on the sofa if a spider runs across the floor!

    I have been scuba diving alongside some amazing marine life, seals, sharks, dolphins, turtles, sea snakes, moray eels, octopus, rays and so many beautiful fish but I have never yet seen sponge bob square pants.

    I love long distance horse riding and have spent many hours on the back of a horse exploring reserves in Africa, rainforests in Costa Rica and deserts in Egypt, it really is a great way to observe the wildlife.