The picnic area will be closed this Saturday, June 25th for a private event. The zoo will be open for normal business hours 9am-6pm with last admission at 5pm.
   
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What is a reptile?

Reptiles are vertebrates, they have scaly skin that keeps their bodies from drying out, their young do not go through a larva stage like amphibians, but instead look like small versions of the adults when they hatch. Reptiles are ectotherms, so they must bask in the sun or find a warm spot to get warm and become active, and they must find shade or a cool spot to cool off. In cold conditions they become sluggish and don't move around much, and some enter a state of torpor or hibernation if it will be cold for a long time.

Reptiles at the Plumpton Park Zoo

The zoo is home to: African Sulcata Tortoise, American Alligator, Ball Python, Burmese Python, Corn Snake, Gecko, Green Iguana, Hermann Tortoise, Red Iguana, Red Footed Tortoise, and Red Eared Sliders

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