Reptiles and Fish at Jimmy’s Farm & Wildlife Park2021-05-13T14:54:15+01:00

Introducing our Reptiles

We have some awesome reptiles staying here with us at Jimmy’s Farm & Wildlife Park. On a visit you can see all of them up close, our Keepers can tell you all about them and, in some cases, you can have close encounters with them!





Sulcata Tortoise at the wildlife park

Sulcata Tortoise

The African spurred tortoise, also called the Sulcata Tortoise, inhabits the southern edge of the Sahara Desert.
Argentine Black & White Tegu at the wildlife park

Argentine Black & White Tegu

Argentine Black & White Tegus live in a wide range of climates in Argentina; they can be found in both tropical areas and temperate climates that have cold winters.
Red-footed tortoise at the wildlife park

Red-footed tortoise

Red-footed tortoises originate in South America and live on a vegetarian diet. They can be found in our Reptile House!
Common Boa at the wildlife park

Common Boa

Common Boa, also known as the Boa Constrictor, are usually solitary snakes that have good eyesight but they rely a lot on scent.
Morelet's Crocodile at the wildlife park

Morelet’s Crocodile

Morelet’s crocodile, also known as the Belize crocodile, is a relatively small species found only in the fresh waters of the Atlantic regions of Mexico, Belize and Guatemala.

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New Year’s Eve

Treat yourself to a delicious three course dinner, with all the luxuries, made with our finest ingredients and set in our warm & inviting 18th century barn. Your meal will be followed with fantastic entertainment by our respected DJ so you can see the new year in with a boogie.

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