Red Eared Slider

The “slider” part of their name comes from their ability to slide off rocks and logs and into the water quickly.

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Jamaican Iguana

This iguana is native to the island of Jamaica and is the island’s largest land animal reaching a body length of 150 cm or more.

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Green Iguana

The Green Iguana can be found across South and Central America as well as throughout the Caribbean.

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Spiny-Tailed Iguana

The Spiny-Tailed Iguana has a dark heavy body with a shorter tail ringed with rows of sharp curved spines.

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Cuban Rock Iguana

The Cuban Rock Iguana is usually grey in colour stripped or mottles with tan and has tan head and tail.

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Jamaican Boa

The Jamaican Boa is endemic to Jamaica, meaning it is found only in Jamaica and nowhere else.

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Cuban Boa

Cuban Boas are silver grey in colour, patterned with saddles, blotches and spots of reddish brown to black.

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Ball Python

A Ball Python has a flat head and boxy snout with black and pale stripes on the face and black stripes forming a mask over the eyes.

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Burmese Python

The Burmese Python on display in the snake exhibit at the Hope Zoo is labelled ‘Blondie 2’ and is actually an Albino Burmese Python.

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Crocodile

Crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.

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