SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN'S INTERACTIVE HANDS-ON 🙌 REPTILE ZOO!
Located in Utica, Michigan The Reptarium is an interactive reptile zoo in Southeast Michigan where you are available to get hands-on with a variety of reptiles. Purchase your General Admission tickets or schedule your private tour today!
The zoo houses a plethora of reptiles and other animal ambassadors in naturalistic enclosures and offers opportunities for the public to learn about these creatures hands-on. Meet some of the world's rarest reptiles and our Two-headed snake! Ever wanted to hold a baby or GIANT snake?! We have giant snakes like Burmese pythons, Reticulated pythons, Boa constrictors, Blood pythons, and many smaller snakes. Are you obsessed with lizards? We have giant lizards like Monitor Lizards, Monkey-tailed Skinks, Chameleons, & Geckos from all around the world. Go crazy over gators? We have baby alligators, including our Albino and Melanistic baby alligators. Make friends with a tortoise or turtle! We have a Giant Aldabra tortoise, Leopard tortoises, Mata Mata turtles, and a large Turtle pond.
If reptiles are not your thing, check out our variety of arachnids and amphibians. Also, we have extras that you are able to add (prices vary) during your visit like our Fish spa, animal feedings and animal ambassdor encounters with "Brillo," our Six-Banded Armadillo, and "Drogo," the Two-Toed Sloth. The Reptarium is home to many more animal ambassadors to discover during your next visit.
MEET BRILLO OUR SIX-BANDED ARMADILLO!
Brillo is our newest animal ambassador at The Reptarium! Come visit the zoo to meet him and we will update the website and post on our social media and e-mail newsletter when we will offer private group encounters with Brillo in the near future!
Did you know? Six-Banded Armadillos are native to South America specifically east of the Andes mountains. They can be found in both dry and wet savannahs, but prefer drier regions. They love to burrow in grasslands. These Armadillos can live to almost 16 years in the wild and 19 years in captivity. They are also omnivorous, which means they eat both plants and other animals. Plant matter makes up about 90% of their diet. Six-Banded Armadillos also consume insects such as ants and termites and small vertebrates like frogs.
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Meet one of our newest animal ambassadors at the zoo. The Reptarium now has a three-year-old male Two-Toed Sloth named Drogo. Make sure to say hello to Drogo during your next visit to The Reptarium. Information on encounters with Drogo our sloth can found at the gift shop area or if you would like to come during the week, please email firstname.lastname@example.org