Reptile Awareness Day is October 21st. Every year, reptile fanatics have a day that they can celebrate and share their passion; a chance to educate others who may not know about these amazing creatures called reptiles, and the habitat loss and threat of extinction that faces so many reptile species.
NATIONAL REPTILE AWARENESS DAY. Each year on October 21, people across the nation observe National Reptile Awareness Day. Created not only for reptile lovers to celebrate, but National Reptile Awareness Day also promotes education, conservation, and appreciation for reptiles.
National Dictionary Day was created in honor of Noah Webster's birthday (October 16, 1758) and was set aside as a day to emphasize the importance of learning and using dictionary skills and increasing one's vocabulary. Webster is considered the Father of the American Dictionary.