Amphibians & Invertebrates

Hover over the images below to see a description of our animals!

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Golden Mantella

Critically endangered and can give off toxins through their skin


Orange Head Cockroach

These flying insects are the cleanest animals in the animal kingdom


Tiger Land Snail

Giant snails with a whopping 250,000 teeth

Tanzanian Giant Tailless Whip Scorpion-80

Tanzanian Giant Tailless Whip Scorpion

Not actually scorpions but an arachnid and famous for being in Harry Potter



Once declared extinct but now a small colony has been found in Mexico City

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Purple Clawed Hermit Crabs

Famous for swapping their shells to look as snazzy as they can

Chilean Rose Tarantula-80

Chilean Rose Tarantula

A large tarantula that has been known to eat small lizards


Salmon Pink Bird Eating Tarantula

Their legs can grow up to 11″ long


Chinese Emperor Newt

These newts are brightly coloured to warn predators that they are toxic. They are under threat from over-harvesting and habitat destruction.

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Brazilian Black Tarantula

This species was featured in the Harry Potter films


Giant African Millipedes

Growing up to 12 inches, these are the largest millipedes in the world.


Black Beauty Stick Insects

These black stick insects with small red wings are native to a small area in northern Peru.

Thorny Stick Insect

Thorny stick insect

They love eating bramble although the keepers don’t enjoy picking it!


Achrioptera Manga

When the males of this stick insect species mature they will turn bright blue

Maclay Stick Insect

Macleay Stick Insect

Endemic to Australia and also called the giant prickly stick insect