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Terrariet Vissenbjerg - Southeast Asia - Python(?) exhibit

Terrariet Vissenbjerg - Southeast Asia - Python(?) exhibit
Hvedekorn, 15 Sep 2018
    • Hvedekorn
      I think this is some species of python. There was no signage by the exhibit, and I'm not a snake expert, so feel free to correct me.

      The Southeast Asia hall opened in 2009 and was the first step in Vissenbjerg's ongoing and (back then) much-needed modernization process. The main attraction of the hall is a big exhibit for Komodo dragons, and beyond that, there are two smaller side exhibits and some free-flying butterflies.


      Terrariet Vissenbjerg is one of only two reptile zoos in Denmark, the other one being Krokodille Zoo. The two reptile zoos supplement each other well, as Krokodille Zoo chiefly focuses on crocodilians with relatively few species of other reptiles, while Terrariet Vissenbjerg has loads of lizards, snakes and tortoises, but only one species of crocodilian. Beyond the reptiles, Vissenbjerg also keeps a handful of different mammals, amphibians, fish and invertebrates, as well as one species of bird.

      Terrariet Vissenbjerg is located in the outskirts of the Funen town also called Vissenbjerg. If you have your own car, it can easily be combined on a day trip with Frydenlund Fuglepark which is only 15 minutes' drive away.

      July 2018.
    • Swampy
      This could be either one of two very similar Australian species- the Spotted python (Antaresia maculosa) or the Children's Python (Antaresia childreni)
    • Hvedekorn
      Thanks. Then I could at least identify that much.
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