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Tayyba Z.
Report | 2 days ago
Wear light clothes. Make sure you are on time for free show times and feed time. must go
Sophia M.
Report | 12 days ago
Awesome place that offers fun and learning!
Antoanela N.
Report | 15 days ago
Look for feeding hours
Natalia G.
Report | 15 days ago
Every hour is a show - every show is different, so come early and enjoy more than one.
Eva T.
Report | 15 days ago
Great place and surprised never heard of it before. We paid for our son who is 2 yrs old but 2 and under us free.
Yvonne D.
Report | 15 days ago
Still had to pay taxes?!?
Heidi R.
Report | 23 days ago
Fun for the kids & adults.
Alex C.
Report | a month ago
Really good facility, lovely staff, great displays and events
Report | a month ago
My two year old had so much fun! Time your visit so you can see feedings.
Melissa L.
Report | a month ago
Make sure you go around the feeding times, and arrive early. For an extra $10 the private backstage tours are definitely worth it!
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Spanning 25,000 square feet of living quarters for coldblooded creatures, Reptilia houses more than 200 venomous and nonvenomous reptiles and amphibians. Experienced keepers and handlers educate zoo-goers on the critters that make up the more than 50 exhibits, including star attractions such as a 14-foot king cobra, a red-footed tortoise, and Induna?a 14-foot Nile crocodile weighing more than 1,200 pounds. Besides expounding on animals? eating habits during four live feedings each day, the staff also demonstrates the reptiles? instinctive behaviors during live shows in an on-site theatre. Furthering its commitment to reptilian education, the zoo helps visitors overcome their irrational fears of snakes, spiders, and terrarium glass in a four-week course dedicated to phobias, and camp counselors guide Reptilia campers through science experiments, arts and crafts, and ecologically focused zoo tours.

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