Prehistoric Pets is a one-of-a-kind pet store specializing in exotic pets, such as snakes, lizards, turtles, and even gators! Staffed by reptile enthusiasts, you’ll find everything you need for your reptile or amphibian.
The goal of the Prehistoric Pets channel is to encourage and train the community on the proper care and keeping of reptiles as pets. We focus on the education of reptiles so owners and hobbyists alike can foster an enjoyable experience and optimum animal health.
If it hops, wiggles, crawls, or gives your mom the chills you'll find it at The Reptile Zoo.
Enjoy 2000 gallon pond in the middle of the store, filled with giant tropical fish to displays exhibiting thousands of exotic reptiles of all sizes including TWINKIE the World's Largest Snake, Thelma & Louise the Two-Headed Snake, Baby Alligators, and a California Rattlesnake collection all at The Reptile Zoo in Fountain Valley, California located at 18818 Brookhurst Street.
The Reptile Zoo provides the community with a unique educational entertainment facility which houses over 100 exotic species of reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids from around the world. These animals each have their own story, some are rescues, many were born at The Reptile Zoo, and others are part of private collections. Here guests can learn about these rare animals first hand with interactive displays and presentations. If they're brave they can even hold one!
Each donation includes a one time entrance for each guest, over the age of 3, to The Reptile Zoo plus hands-on interaction with a selection of snakes and lizards.
Donation proceeds go to the care and upkeep of The Reptile Zoo and it's inhabitants. All prices above are per guest and limited to one day admission, unless noted. Prices are subject to change at any time.
To find out more visit www.TheReptileZoo.com or www.Facebook.com/TheReptileZoo
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