And the KOI pond area was beautiful and relaxing...
Following by the Tortoise Territory...some of them were really BIG...
Description : This tortoise is the largest inhabiting in Asia, and the forth largest in the world.
The forelimbs have five large claws and are covered on the front with large, heavy, overlapping scales. By contrast, the hindlimbs end in four pointed claws and bare a conspicuous cluster of very large tubercular scales on the thigh either side of the tail. These are so large that the species is sometimes referred to as six-footed tortoise.
Geographic range : Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.
Suddenly we attracted by some weird sound in front of us...then we realized the sound came from the bunch of Hornbill.
The family of Hornbill
But I was attracted by the White Peacock which stand quitely in the cage...
White Peafowl, Peacock
Description : Beside the India Blue, whites are the most well known peafowl type to non-enthusiasts. Contrary to popular belief, whites are non albinos, because their eyes are blue, not pink. The white is the colour mutation and although it can carry other genes, such as the blackshoulder and white-eyed, they are not visible because of its completely white colour.
Geographic range : Southern India, Sri Lanka.
Many types of Crocodiles appeared after the Peacock cage...they were fighting each other but too bad I'm slow to catch the scene...
I think they are hungry!
The Python area...
If you bites by the Yellow Python above, you left 10 minutes life if you are not seek for help immediately!!
The above Iguana was friend of King Cobra nearby the area...
Then the path lead us to a indoor room with Full of Spider!
I heard some kids asked their parents : "Daddy, where is the Spiderman?"
Once we exited the room, I thought the tour has finish...but...there were another outdoor area in front of us! That was the Apes!
Description : The White-Handed Gibbon, like the gorilla, chimpanzee and orangutan, is an ape, not a monkey. The chief characteristic distinguishing apes from are the absence of a tail, their more or less upright posture and the High development of their brain. The White-Handed Gibbon (also known as Lar Gibbon) has a black to pale brown or yellowish-gray fur body, with white hair framing a black naked face.
Geographic range : Southeast Asia and Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand.
They are many small lizard family around that area too...
I just wondering...will they attack human? It looks like a small dinosaur to me...haha!
And the Malacca Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary tour end here...
Related post :-
* Malacca Butterfly And Reptile Sanctuary (Part 1)
Location map of Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary
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