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Plan your visit early in the day to see all our fun and fascinating presentations.
And make sure to experience these "don't miss" exhibits!



 


  New! Pythons
Marvel at a Burmese python plus a giant reticulated python over 19' long at this all-new exhibit.
South American Wonders
Discover the diversity of Central and South America from the forests to the deserts including the giant anteater and endangered tamarins.
  Fosas of Madagascar
See one of the planet's rarest creatures.

Cheetahs!
See the world's fastest land animal up close through glass viewing walls.

  Honey Badgers
One of the fiercest animals in the world. You can only see them here and at only 3 other zoos in America.
Giraffe Herd
Hand-feed our herd of giraffe between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily!
Exhibit Sponsor: Renda Broadcasting
Feeding Sponsor: Wynn's
  Alligator Bay
A natural environment with alligators and native wildlife.
Feeding Sponsor:
Gator Country 101.9
Black Bear Hammock
The largest black bear exhibit East of the Mississippi in an accredited zoo.


  LionSouth African Lions
Discover what we can do to help the king of beasts.
Media Sponsor:
Univision SW Florida
Tiger Forest
See the Malayan tiger, the rarest variety of tiger in American zoos.
Media Sponsor:
Naples Daily News
  Striped Hyenas
Rarely seen in the United States. Only at 2 accredited zoos in the nation!
Leopard Leopard Rock
Get within an inch of big cats! Spotted leopards perch on the rocks or get nose to nose with you at the glass.


coyotesCoyotes
Get an up close look
at America's ubiquitous predator.
Backyard Habitat
Watch wild butterflies and other native wildlife while learning how to make your home more inviting to songbirds and butterflies.
  African Oasis
Greater kudu, impala antelope, and the endangered slender-horned gazelles.

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