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Reptile House interior at Bristol 19/12/09

The tank to the left is shared between Egyptian Uromastyx and Egyptian Tortoises. at the end of the room is a pool for turtles ([i]Phrynops geoffroanus[/i] and [i]Podocnemis unifilis[/i])

Reptile House interior at Bristol 19/12/09
Maguari, 20 Dec 2009
    • Maguari
      The tank to the left is shared between Egyptian Uromastyx and Egyptian Tortoises. at the end of the room is a pool for turtles (Phrynops geoffroanus and Podocnemis unifilis)
    • DavidBrown
      Where are the most distinguished reptile houses in the UK in terms of exhibit quality and collection diversity? Would Bristol and London be at the top?
    • Maguari
      London is the best by a fair distance in my book, with Bristol and Cotswold following on. Most of the others don't have a 'traditional' reptile house any longer, even though some of them (Chester or Paignton, for example) have quite good (when they get it on show!) reptile collections overall.
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