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Other African Reptile Parks

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Other African Reptile Parks

This page contains links to websites about reptiles in 2. South African and African Reptile Parks, in the category of "Other African Reptile Parks", that we have found to date.

Please feel free to advise any incorrect allocations or descriptions and to request any additional links.

Note : By default all links open in new window.

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2. Other African Reptile Parks
Bio-Ken Snake Farm - Kenya

Bio-Ken is a research centre, which deals with reptiles, especially snakes and snake-bite. Located less than 5 minutes drive from the hotels in Watamu, it houses the largest collection of Snakes in East Africa and is open to the public.

Chobe Snake Park - Botswana

First Reptile Facility Open to the Public Reptile Conservation and Education is now coming to Botswana. Read about our programs and new discoveries. The facility is open to public viewing. Special tours with reptile experts can be arranged. Contact us now for more information!

Meserani Snake Park - Tanzania

The snake park is home to a variety of snakes common in Eastern and Southern Africa. From the black mamba to the black and red spitting cobras and the african python. Some of the snakes in the park were brought in with the help of the Maasai living in the neighbouring areas. Instead of killing snakes that may harm livestock, locals inform the park about any snakes seen in the neighbourhood which are then captured and taken to the park. Other reptiles at the park include monitor lizards, tortoises and crocodiles.

Nairobi Snake Park - Kenya

The Nairobi snake park is not a snake park per se, in the actual sense it is a reptile park as it displays the representatives from all the members of the reptile group. Put up thirty or so years ago, the park has been and still is a constant visitor attraction center. In fact a visit to the museum is never complete without making a visit to the snake park.


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