AMPHIBIANS & INVERTEBRATES
PLAN YOUR VISIT
TIMES & PRICES
DOGS ON SITE
Special Offers T&C’s
DISCOVERY & LEARNING ˅
HOW TO BOOK
Snooze at the Zoo
Post 16 Learning
ZOO CONSERVATION ACADEMY
DZP Rangers Academy
Snooze at the Zoo
DZP After School Club
Scouts & Girl Guides
LEVEL 2 ZOO ANIMAL MANAGEMENT
LEVEL 3 ZOO ANIMAL MANAGEMENT
WORK EXPERIENCE AT DARTMOOR ZOO
EVENTS & NEWS ˅
CSR and Team Building
GET INVOLVED ˅
LEGACIES AND DONATE IN MEMORY
Hover over the images below to see a description of our animals!
Female Khaleesi REALLY dislikes karaoke
Blue Tongued Skink
Male Mango is named after his 2nd favourite food. (Boiled egg is his favourite)
Yellow-Headed Day Gecko
These endangered geckos hide on yellow bamboo
Spur Thighed Tortoise
Tina is the oldest resident at DZP! 58 years young
Leaf Tail Gecko
Henkel’s leaf tail gecko is endemic to Madagascar. Their flat leaf-like tail and mottled skin colour makes them great at blending in with their surroundings.
Female Ronnie is named after another notorious escapee, Ronnie Biggs
Male Oreo eats other snakes!
Shelly was illegally taken from the wild as a hatchling. Poachers face huge fines today.
Red Tailed Boa Constrictor
Male Kevin is seven feet long
Sir Allen Hiss is friendly and often ends up in people’s clothing
Elliot was rescued from the roadside and has recovered so well that he’ll fall asleep on anyone who holds him for long enough
Western Hognose Snake
Male Django is our smallest snake, and he plays dead as a defence!
Electric Blue Gecko
Critically endangered, oranges are their favourite food
These colourful individuals are an endangered species native to the Cayman Islands.
Black and White Tegu
Female Alianna is nearly 4’ long and as clever as some dogs!
Saharan Yellow Uromastyx
Our male Winston will go bright yellow when he has been basking all day
These New Caledonian residents were thought to be extinct until the mid 1990’s and are now considered a vulnerable species.