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Reptile World Serpentarium

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Reptile World Serpentarium

156 Reviews
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brittany m wrote a review Mar 2020
Palm Bay, Florida60 contributions4 helpful votes
11.75 a person. Let's of snakes, turtles and a few birds. Everyone and everything was very clean. The show was amazing. Lots and lots of information! The man was very knowledgeable about snakes and was very factual. If you have a little while to spare, you have to stop by.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Beaast wrote a review Feb 2020
Miami, Florida38 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a small place and doesn’t take long but it is very educational. They have the largest collection of snakes (mostly venomous but not all are) that I have seen from all over the world. They didn’t have the venom collection at noon like usual because someone was out of town. They have a few other reptiles to see too but don’t go by without stopping.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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reloader22 wrote a review Feb 2020
Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom359 contributions44 helpful votes
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This is worth seeing . The milking of venom from cotton mouth, coral and cobra snakes was something to behold . The place in general isn't very clean but we didn't go for that . The gift shop isn't great. There are lots of snakes in tanks from pythons to cobras . But the main event is the milking sessions at 12 and 3pm . Closed on a Monday. I'd highly recommend this experience about a 25 min drive from Orlando.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Savvy Adventurer wrote a review Jan 2020
12 contributions6 helpful votes
This was my second visit to Reptile World, and my Husband and I enjoy it so much we plan on returning every year when we visit Florida. Everyday at least one animal is fed, this time we saw Pete the Alligator that was fed. He seems to know when he is about to be fed and gave everyone a big smile afterwards. Last time we saw their Reticulated Python, which could very much kill me and maybe eat me, eat a dead rabbit but not before he tried escaping out of his cage while someone cleaned it. We hope next time we can see their 13+ foot cobra be fed. Reptile World is not very large but most of the animals are very active. It is very rare and exciting to see so many snakes moving in their cage! If you do stop by make sure you catch the venom extraction show. Not only is it extremely educational, you can stand right up to the glass and see the venom expelled of at least 4 different species of venomous snakes. Highly recommend this place for people of all ages!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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nancy3310601 wrote a review Nov 2019
202 contributions16 helpful votes
My son LOVES snakes! ... I can't stand them, but I went anyway to make my son happy...and he was! There are a lot of different kinds of snakes. We signed up for the guided tour and learned a lot. There are some turtles and alligators. We watched the owner feed them. The best part was, of course, when they took venom from the snakes. They were in a separate room behind a huge glass window. I was still scared, my son was fascinated. The owner talks a lot about venom before he demonstrates. Some reviews were complaining that his talk was too political but really, all he said was that he was upset that people without insurance have to pay for the anti-venom treatments. Those are outrageously expensive and have bankrupted many families. He was complaining about how unfair it was and that it should be free for all. That's it! At the end, he took out a few snakes that people could hold for a picture. I recommend going. It's very different from a typical Orlando area experience.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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