Over an area of 180 m², the 20 terrariums house around twenty species of exotic animals.

(Paleoschus palpebrosus)

A caiman is an alligatorid crocodilian; there are five species of caimans. Caimans live in rivers, of which the most common is the spectacled or common caiman and its 4 subspecies.

They feed on fish, water birds, larger rodents, turtles and domestic animals.

Ball phyton
(Python regius)

A non-venomous snake originating from Africa. The length of its body is from between 1 and 1.5 m and it has a relatively peaceful and calm temperament. If you start getting it used to being handled while still young, you will have a greater chance of success.

(Iguana iguana)

Iguanas are a genus of lizards native to tropical areas of Caribbean, South and Central America. Two species are included in the genus Iguana – Iguana iguana (Green Iguana) and Iguana delicatissima (Lesser Antillean Iguana).

(Chamaeleo calyptratus)

Chameleons (Chamaeleonidae) are old world lizards. There are approximately 160 species of chameleons divided into two subfamilies.

Leopard gecko
(Eublepharis macularis)

This animal originates from the area of Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan and India, and inhabits deserts and dry grasslands. It eats live insects as well as fruit such as papaya, mango and kiwi. It must always have a supply of water though it can rarely be seen drinking.

Green water dragon
(Physignathus cocincinus)

Or Chinese water dragon is a species of lizard that inhabits the tropical forests of southeastern Asia. The green water dragon is a lizard with an average length of 60 cm, whilst very large specimens can reach up to 80 cm.