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Iguana Reptile Zoo

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Iguana Reptile Zoo

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Bellamypark 35, 4381 CH The Netherlands
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schliek wrote a review May 2020
Goes, The Netherlands2,042 contributions224 helpful votes
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Hi guys. This is a great place, a reptile sanctuary for I believe mainly illegal animals or badly treated animals or confiscated animals that they have saved. Animals confiscated at the airport of Amsterdam. Plenty of different species, you could spend a good few hours walking around. So I did with my grandchildren. The zoo is located in a former school. A school for catholic girls. The school was initiated in 1908 by the dean of Middelburg. The displays wind their way round this sprawling building with a truly impressive collection of rescued reptiles that either cannot be released or are staying there until they can be released. The reticulated Python one of the worlds biggest snakes was worth the entry fee alone. Other snakes both large and small, iguana’s, lizards, tortoises, spiders, scorpions and a wide range of other insects and reptiles are all there to see in large and spacious enclosures. Interesting, informative and entertaining. There is a questionnaire next to every display. My grandchildren liked it a lot. Regards Schliek.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Hannah wrote a review Aug 2019
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Beautiful reptile zoo, we keep coming back, as this was our second time visiting. We will defenitely visit again. Lot's of interesting information about the animals was provided. Zoo is based in a beautiful old building as well.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Cezanne wrote a review Mar 2019
Oxford, United Kingdom22 contributions2 helpful votes
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This is a great place, a charity and reptile sanctuary for I believe mainly illegal pets or badly treated pets that they have saved. Plenty of different species, you could spend a good few hours walking around. There was a lovely gentleman, who I didn’t realise was the owner until afterwards who talked me through some of the history and how the ‘zoo’ was set up. He also said that they do send the reptiles back to their natural environment which is obviously great, just expensive for them. This is a must go to!!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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TwoPigeons wrote a review Apr 2018
Halifax, United Kingdom35 contributions12 helpful votes
This was an unexpected treat. The zoo has hundreds of rescued reptiles from all over the world. The volunteers there were extremely interesting and knowlegeable and were eager to answer our questions. We found the visit absolutely fascinating and learned a lot. It was good to see that these reptiles, which had been previously mistreated, are now well looked after.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Arjen d wrote a review Dec 2017
18 contributions3 helpful votes
Large collection of interesting animals. Some of them very up close. A big plus is that they rescue the reptiles from illegal ownership or the streets.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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