NUISANCE ALLIGATOR POD

MEET THE ‘SNAP’ GATORS Working with Florida Fish and Wildlife in their SNAP Program with their nuisance alligator calls means we bring them back here to Gatorama to live among our pod. They are held in these areas until they are acclimated and we can determine the best place for them to safely interact with…

LARGE CROC AND GATOR PONDS

MEET THE FAMILY When you enter the park you will immediately be greeted by our family of Crocodiles and Alligators who call the front ponds home. This is where the ‘Big Boys’ live and it is one of our favorite places in the park!  Come check out the whole family including  Bully, Jimmy, Spike, Titan…

BABY GATOR POD

MEET THE BABIES AVAILABLE AUGUST 2020 The babies are hatching and what better place to watch them grow up than in our Baby Gator Pod. They may be small, but they are ready for action right out of the shell. While they grow their teeth and practice their posturing, we invite you to help us…

REPTILE COVE

MEET THE REST OF THE REPTILE FAMILY Reptile Cove is one of our favorite spots on the farm. Here, we house a variety of scaly friends who need a little extra care. If you’re a budding herpetologist (or have one in your group) this is the perfect place to test your knowledge.  Our current residents…

AFRICAN SPUR TORTOISE

MEET “BOLT” The African spurred tortoise is the largest mainland tortoise, easily reaching 30 inches (76 centimeters) in length and well over 100 pounds (45 kilograms) in heft. Some males even reach 200 pounds (90 kilograms)! It is surpassed only by the island dweller tortoises from Aldabra and Galápagos. Of all the animals with backbones, turtles…

BURMESE PYTHONS

MEET ‘MONTY’ Native to the jungles and grassy marshes of Southeast Asia, Burmese pythons are among the largest snakes on Earth. They are capable of reaching 23 feet or more in length and weighing up to 200 pounds with a girth as big as a telephone pole. When young, they will spend much of their…

GRANDPA AND ‘THE OL’ GATOR HOLE’

MEET GRANDPA AT THE OL’ GATOR HOLE Grandpa is one of our founding alligators. He was brought to our park in the late 1950’s of the last century. Grandpa was a full-grown mature bull alligator at the time. The old man is an awesome animal and has sired many generations of alligators at Gatorama. You…

GOLIATH

MEET GOLIATH Goliath came to Gatorama in 1968 as a young adult. He spent the first 25 years living in the front pond, socializing with the older Crocodiles and Alligators. Over time, Goliath began to establish his dominance over territory and animals in the pond.  In the process, he killed many Alligators and Crocodiles. Anyone…

KINKAJOU

MEET KINKAJOU Kinkajous live in the tropical forests of Central and South America, where they spend most of their time in the trees. They are able to turn their feet backwards to run easily in either direction along branches or up and down trunks. The kinkajou also has a prehensile (gripping) tail that it uses…

BOBCAT

MEET THE BOBCAT Along with the panther, the wild bobcat is one of two predatory big cats native to the Florida region. The bobcat is more common and much smaller than the panther, which is rarely sighted in the wild. Bobcats are found throughout the state from the deepest swamps to suburban backyards. The bobcat…