The last set of my photos from London Zoo (for the time being) come from its reptile house. Here is a king cobra, one of the largest venomous snakes.
A yellow-headed water monitor.
The Annam leaf turtle exhibit had a very interesting design, a stark presentation of some of the threats that this species is facing.
An Utila spiny-tailed iguana, another reptile critically endangered by hunting.
A collared tree lizard.
A Rio Fuerte beaded lizard, formerly considered a subspecies of the Mexican beaded lizard.
A Fiji banded iguana, a species with a lovely color palette.
Some Feae's flying frogs. I imagine they don't get to showcase the "flying" part much in this exhibit.
"Jeff Corwin can hear it, and so can Sir David Attenborough..."
A Philippine crocodile.
A puff adder (the original, not just any species of Bitis).
A Jamaican boa.
A gidgee skink, a sociable Australian lizard, as indicated by the accompanying sigaage.
The White's tree frog exhibit is decorated to reflect one of the habitats wild specimens are commonly found in.
A Sardinian brook salamander.
A black mamba, widely considered to be the fastest snake in the world.