Oslo Reptil park
Oslo Reptil Park is located in the center of the city. It has become quite popular for families that have children. There are more than 100 animals on exhibit at the park. This includes grass snakes, boa constrictors, chameleons, geckos, varans, as well as many other lizards, there is a poison dart frog, gorgeous tarantellas, and even the most poisonous spider in the world, the black widow. Visitors can also see monkeys, fish, turtles, and a dwarf crocodile.
For those who visit the reptile park on Tuesday evenings at 5, there is a feeding of the animals show. The boas will eat rabbits, rats, and mice and the lizards will be fed insects. There are also many activities for children available at the park.
The Oslo Reptil Park is closed on the 17th of May, the 23rd through the 27th of December, December 31st, and January 1st. The park is closed Mondays from the month of September through March. The price for admission for adults is 100. Students will pay an 85 admission fee and the price for children is 70. Seniors will also be charged 70 to enter the park. Entry is free for those who have an Oslo pass.
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