During a trip through eastern France and surrounding countries, I was able to reach Amsterdam in the Netherlands. I visited the zoo there and was surprised to find an impressive collection of reptiles. Unfortunately, no photos, but I made a list of the ones I saw. (Please note that each name is derived from the zoo's namings, and they are English translations, so a few may be a bit off. If you find any mistakes, let me know and I'll fix it.) Lizards: Chuckwalla Mexican beaded lizard African spiny-tailed agamid Schneider's skink Crocodile lizard Fiji banded iguana European green lizard Asian water dragon Tokay gecko Plated lizard Red-headed rock iguana Green tree monitor Shingleback skink Frilled lizard Bearded dragon Rhinoceros iguana Philippine sailfin dragon Green-crested basilisk Veiled chameleon Mexican bearded dragon Madagascar giant day gecko Zoutspanberg girdled lizard Parthenogenic rock lizard Gunther's leaf-tailed gecko Green iguana Snakes: Viperine snake Gaboon viper Monocled cobra Green tree python Royal python (ball python) Boa constrictor Turtles and Tortoises: African pancake tortoise European pond turtle Roti Island snake-necked turtle Chinese pond turtle Three-toed box turtle South American yellow-footed tortoise Elongated tortoise New Guinea snapping turtle Peninsular black turtle Aldabra giant tortoise Radiated tortoise Black pond tortoise Crocodiles: False gavial There were some more reptiles that on "limited display" but they were unlabeled and I did not recognize any of them. Also, one of the terrariums was supposed to hold a glass lizard but, because the lizard in there had four visible appendages, I'm pretty sure they made a mistake. Well if you find yourself in Amsterdam... you know where to go. Due to lack of time (and spending quite a long time admiring the reptiles), I was unable to see the rest of the zoo. Still, I highly recommend visiting this zoo. Even if it's just to see the herps.