Peter Gros Wild Kingdom


  • Wildlife Expert
  • Co-host, Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom
  • Environmental Conservationist

In his popular live presentations, Peter shares his exciting animal world, travel experiences and timeless tales. He highlights his many adventures with a mix of video clips and bloopers while introducing friendly exotic animals to audience members, and telling inspirational stories dealing with issues of conservation, travel, and wildlife filming. Peter’s fascinating stories have been thrilling and educating audiences across the country for years.

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Peter Gros Bio

A Word About the Animals: The animal ambassadors Appearing with Peter are licensed Both state and federal and fully insured. The animals are hand raised on bottles or have been rescued so they are completely imprinted on people. When they’re not visiting theaters in fun filled educational presentations they’re visiting schools with students of all ages to help connect children to our Natural world .The hand raised animals ambassadors associate people with food rewards and affection .. In other words ,they are spoiled.
When a child sees these magnificent animals up close there’s an immediate connection and concern about wildlife and wild places.

Need a Laugh? Watch: Peter & his armadillo helps break some of the tension between Michael Strahan & Kelly Ripa


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Letters from Presenters

“Peter’s upbeat, exciting show filled with bloopers, clips and his friendly animal ambassadors captivated our audience. We look forward to his return to the Napa Valley’s Lincoln Theater this year.” – Lincoln Theater Napa Valley

“I just wanted to say thank you again for having Peter Gros present at Turtle Bay Park. It was an awesome, fun-filled day, and we had more people in the park than on any given day all year. Peter was wonderful and he was exceptional, not only here at Turtle Bay Park but with the local media. Both our visitors and media partners did nothing but rave.” – Turtle Bay Exploration Park

“Our entire audience was delighted with Peter’s performance from start to finish.” – Lindsay Wildlife Museum

On behalf of everyone at the Pomona Valley Humane Society and S.P.C.A., I send our thanks for your visit with us this week. You were a big hit, and we certainly look forward to a return visit. The phone has barely stopped ringing this morning with comments about the luncheon, the television show and the newspaper article. Needless to say, the event produced a great deal of positive publicity for our organization.” -Pomona Valley Humane Society and S.P.C.A