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Colorado Gators Reptile Park

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Colorado Gators Reptile Park

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9162 County Road 9 North, Mosca, CO 81146
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We enjoyed our visit at Colorado Gators. My grandson liked all the reptiles especially holding the gator.
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We’ve been visiting Alamosa for the last 12 years and seen the signs many times, finally got to visiting and it was fab!!!! Lovely to hear that they rescue so many gators and crocs and other reptiles, was a pleasure to buy gifts to help raise money to keep going and we will
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This is one of the San Luis Valley's biggest surprises. We got to see amateur gator wranglers try and fail. Dogs liked the place too. Their turtle ended up chasing a Rottweiler around the park.
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We went to Colorado Gators Reptile Park with our son, daughter-in-law and three grandchildren, ages 2, 5 & 7. Not expecting great things, we were greeted by an enthusiastic member of the staff, who explained what we were about to see with so much enthusiasm that we could not
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You have to see it to believe it. Alligators live in Colorado. Started as tilapia farm. Brought alligators to eat fish parts. Tourists came to see alligators. Now have several rescue animals. Turtles, snakes, lizzrds, even retired alligator movie stars. Retirement home
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