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Explore the enchanting bio-dome, a tropical indoor rain forest sustaining over 3000 plants & animals

Monday - Friday: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Maps

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Sloth Encounter

Get an opportunity to spend some additional time with one of our iconic members 'The Sloths'. They can spend 15 hours in a day sleeping at one place.

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Squirrel Monkey

These are small new world monkeys found throughout the South America, they have a very long tail that is not so much prehensile but they use it to balance themselves while jumping from one tree to another.

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Burmese Python

Emerald Tree Boa

Emerald tree boa's are the carnivorous snakes from the South American rainforest that eat small mammals and birds. Though they are known for their incredible green coloration, young emerald tree boa's are actually in bright orange or red until they mature.

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Leaf Cutter Ants

Get to know how the intricate fungal structures are created by these tiny little colonial creatures. All the way hailing from the rainforest of South America.

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The Bat Cave

Visit our rainforest for a uniquely different summer experience, to meet some of nature's most thrilling and wondrous denizens, our newest additions The Bat Cave.

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Cuban Amazon Parrot

Get a chance to see one of our Amazonian, flying all its way from the Cuba. The Cuban parrots can be distinguished by the red coloring of their head.

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Archer Fish

Come by our Archer fish demonstration to see their unique ability to squirt water up in the air and aim for their pray

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Motoro Rays

These are one of the unique species of Stingrays found in South America, their spotted patterning is distinctly unique for every individual animal.

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Sugar Glider Encounter

Experience up close encounter with the new members of The Green Planet, the Sugar Gliders, they are nocturnal mammals. They have a thin skin flap behind their arms which helps them to glide from one tree to another.