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Parque Reptilandia

Housing more than 65 species of reptiles and amphibians, Parque Reptilandia is a bonanza of forked tongues, claws and scales. Located on the outskirts of Dominical, the park features a myriad of creatures from petite poison dart frogs to enormous lizards and snakes. Guests can glimpse Mexican beaded lizards, eyelash pit vipers, terciopelos and giant boa constrictors. The star attraction is a fearsome-looking Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard. Every Friday is feeding day. Tel: 2787-8007

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