Spiders, Frogs, Lizards, Snakes...
The “creeps” continue with dart frogs, tarantulas, Gila monster lizards, which never let go once they bite down, false water cobra (of which there is only one in the country), goliath bull frogs, tree vipers and Taipan snakes.
The Argentinean equivalent of the Nile leguaan – a Tegu – is also on display, the only one of its kind in the country.
The 450 square-meter Dangerous Creatures has been billed as one of the best reptile exhibits in the world thanks to a vast technical team, Sea World staff, three herpetologists and Dr Mark Penning (director of SAAMBR - South African Association for Marine and Biological Research). Glass SA and PFG Glass have sponsored the special toughened glass to keep the creatures secure and visitors safe.
Dangerous Creatures is an adventure reptile enthusiasts and adrenalin junkies won’t want to miss! Find it in the Village Walk at uShaka Marine World.