** indicates endangered status on the IUCN list.


Warm-blooded vertebrates that give birth to live young. (Many of these animals are susceptible to colder temperatures, and are given access for their comfort, so they may not be visible at all times during winter months.)
Sugar GliderRed-ruffed Lemur**
Cotton-top Tamarin KEEPER NOTEBlack-headed Spider Monkey KEEPER NOTE
Schmidt's GuenonDiana Guenon KEEPER NOTE
Eastern Black & White Colobus** KEEPER NOTEWhite-handed (Lar) Gibbon** KEEPER NOTE
Chimpanzee KEEPER NOTEBlack-tailed Prairie Dog
Sable AntelopeAmerican Beaver
ChinchillaGuinea Pig
European RabbitFour-toed Hedgehog
Fishing Cat** KEEPER NOTEAmerican Cougar
KlipspringerRed Wolf** KEEPER NOTE
Asiatic Black Bear** KEEPER NOTENorth American River Otter
European Polecat (Ferret)Kinkajou
Grevy's Zebra**Southern White Rhinoceros**
Red River Hog KEEPER NOTEWild Boar
Pygmy Hippopotamus** KEEPER NOTEReticulated Giraffe** KEEPER NOTE
Sumatran Tiger** KEEPER NOTE

AVES (Birds)

Warm-blooded vertebrates that lay eggs.
Ostrich KEEPER NOTERed Junglefowl
Southern Crested ScreamerNe-Ne Goose
Black-necked SwanMallard Duck
Golden-eyeRinged Teal
Spur-winged GooseAmerican Flamingo
Long-billed CorrellaPied Imperial Pigeon
Tawny FrogmouthWhite-naped Crane
Wattled CraneMajor Mitchell's Cockatoo
Black-crowned Night HeronBlack-winged Stilt
Great Horned OwlBlack Hornbill
Laughing KookaburraDusky Lory
Macaw (Parrot)Blue & Yellow Macaw
Green-winged MacawYellow-naped Amazon
Yellow-crowned AmazonHawk-headed Parrot
White Umbrella Cockatoo
American Flamingo KEEPER NOTE


Cold-blooded vertebrates.
Green Tree FrogEastern Box Turtle
Painted TurtleRiver Cooter
Common SliderYellow-footed Tortoise
Gopher TortoiseLeopard Tortoise
African Spurred TortoiseCommon Musk Tortoise
Inland Bearded DragonAfrican Fat-tailed Gecko
Prehensile-tailed (Solomon Island) SkinkRoyal (Ball) Python
Yellow AnacondaKing Snake
Corn SnakeWestern Ratsnake
Gopher (Pine) SnakeCopperhead
Western Diamondback RattlesnakeTimber Rattlesnake
American Alligator


Aquatic vertebrates.
Long-eared Sunfish


Hexapod invertebrates, and the largest animal species on earth.
Madagascar Hissing Cockroach