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The Reptile House

The Reptile House1 The Reptile House2
Opened in 1999, the Reptile House is the first of its kind in the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. It is situated at the turfed area in the southern part of the park and had a floor area of about 245 square metres which was expanded to a total of about 500 square metres in 2006. Facilities in the Reptile House include indoor terraria and a courtyard terrarium where various species of reptiles are displayed. At present, there are 29 species comprising 52 live exhibits in the House, including Carpet Python, Frill-necked Lizard, Boa Constrictor, Veiled Chameleon, Western Painted Turtle, Tokay Geoko, Leopard Gecko, Star Tortoise, Spurred Tortoise, Iguana, Thai Water Dragon, Ball Python and Blue-tongued Skink. Besides, graphic display of relevant information and 7 reptile models are also provided. With its annual patronage of 400 000 including 75 000 group visitors, the Reptile House is becoming one of the major vantage points in the park.
Carpet Python
Carpet Python
Frill-necked Lizard
Frill-necked Lizard
Boa Constrictor
Boa Constrictor
Veiled Chameleon
Veiled Chameleon
Western Painted Turtle
Western Painted Turtle
Tokay Geoko
Tokay Geoko
Leopard Gecko
Leopard Gecko
Star Tortoise
Star Tortoise
Spurred Tortoise
Spurred Tortoise
Iguana
Iguana
Thai Water Dragon
Thai Water Dragon
Ball Python
Ball Python
Blue-tongued Skink
Blue-tongued Skink
Leopard Tortoise
Leopard Tortoise
Yellow Foot Tortoise
Yellow Foot Tortoise
Red Checked Mud Turtle
Red Cheeked Mud Turtle
Spiny-tailed Lizard
Spiny-tailed Lizard
Burmese Tortoise
Burmese Tortoise
Monitor Lizard
Monitor Lizard
Collared Lizard
Collared Lizard
   
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