Reptiles & Amphibians

Cotswold Wildlife Park has one of the largest reptile collections in the UK.

We house one of the largest snake species – Green anacondas, and also one of the most venomous – the Puff adder. We regularly breed our Morelet’s crocodiles, the only collection in Europe that has bred this species.

Aldabara Giant
Tortoise
Geochelone gigantea Vulnerable Find out more...
Leaf cutter ant Atta colombica Crocodile monitor Varanus salvadorii Fiji Banded
Iguana
Brachylophus fasciatus Endangered
Green anaconda Eunectes murinus Morelet's
crocodile
Crocodylus moreletii Lower Risk/
Conservation
Dependent
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Frilled lizard Chlamydosaurus kingii Least
Concern
Radiated
tortoise
Astrochelys radiata Critically
Endangered
Rhinoceros
iguana
Cyclura cornuta Vulnerable
Utila spiny-tailed
iguana
Ctenosaura bakeri Critically
Endangered
Panther
chameleon
Furcifer pardalis Least
Concern

Recently, we set up an initiative with the Seychelle Islands and received an Aldabran Giant Tortoise as a gift from their government. There is also an excellent collection of smaller lizards, snakes, frogs and invertebrates.


Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens

Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens