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iZoo, Kawazu-cho

(75 reviews on the web)
Zoo / Aquarium
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  • It is a garden specializing in reptiles. Visited the original information and small but good size accommodation. Easy to understand instructions and exhibits and also enjoy touching and feeding it. Last turtle races and were really excited. Aquarium got tired of going and considering the price, staff. A theme song that plays in the present or near remain strangely on the head. At Shimoda's favorite spots.
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  • Small zoo animals were thought to pass by what is said was interpreted arbitrarily. Reptiles found mainly is recent. I go love children. Without taking the area since I have to type in the glass case in the Center, a movement in the area is so large, but small reptiles are distinct types. So many have seen reptile satisfied curiosity. Also the famous Viper has bred many scary curiosity is satisfied. Daughter of junior high school students had been positively impressed. Too much to impress me to pay 1000 yen albinonicikihebi twisted around the neck photo, was delighted with. Some years ago was hated in Snake! I think it is worth going on the whole.
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  • Reptile is the main Zoo was quite exciting. Parking lot, Park also was thriving, filled in, and this www.upsold.com a lot of cockroaches was shocking, but. (Lol)
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