Beaver Water World Westerham
The Reptile collection at Beaver Water World started in 1980 with a small Indian Python, rescued by a local pest control officer.
'Rivet' the Python, soon grew out of his small vivarium and was also found a mate. It was decided that a large snake room should be built at the back of the aquatic shop to provide a good environment for the snakes and have them on show to the visitors. One rescued snake led to another and in due course Big Boy the alligator came to join the collection.
New enclosures and new species have been added ever since, with particular emphasis on housing the animals in groups or pairs to encourage an active breeding programme. We are working to extend our captive breeding programme, and have plans in hand to create near natural conditions in peaceful and secure settings. No reptile will be taken from the wild as there are sufficient numbers existing in captivity, but many are not in breeding situations. So far we have been successful in breeding; Burmese Pythons, Reticulated Pythons, Crocodiles, Boa Constrictors, Green Tree Snakes and Basilisks.
Our Reptile Rescue Centre is a Registered Charity and your support is greatly appreciated. All admission fees and donations go towards the upkeep and welfare of the animals.
Opening times (please check before visiting)
Open every Day :
10am to 5pm
(Closed Christmas Day)
Through loss of habitat, persecution by some cruel exotic pet traders, poaching and pollution, animal species are becoming rare, endangered or extinct. By adopting one of our rescued animals at Beaver Water World, you can help our campaign to conserve endangered animals. You will also enhance public awareness of the problems and dangers these animals are in which surround us all. Your Adoption/Sponsorship subscription will contribute to the care, feeding, and on going veterinary care and help us to build better enclosures to help rescue more needy animals.
Our address is:
Beaver Water World
Tel: 01959 577747
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Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015