Butterfly Wonderland Opens Rainforest Reptiles Exhibit
The newest attraction at Butterfly Wonderland in the Talking Stick A Cultural and Entertainment Destination features slithering creatures.
The Rainforest Reptiles Exhibit opened its doors on June 7 as part of the popular Butterfly Wonderland facility in the eastern part of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
The new exhibit features lizards, snakes, frogs and large spiders. You can see the colorful poison dart frogs, a mata mata turtle, green tree lizard, dwarf caiman and many other creatures that live above the rainforest in the trees or on the forest floor.
|A Mountain Horned Lizard which is found in Southeast Asia.
Photo by Casey Wood
|This small green tree python hangs on a branch in his enclosure, like it would in the jungle blending into its surroundings.|
The reptile exhibit is located right before you enter the Tropical Waters of the World Exhibit. Doors are open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
For more information, visit www.butterflywonderland.com or call (480) 800-3000.