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OUR ANIMALS

List of species kept at Amazon World Zoo Park.

Mammals

Azara's Agouti
Black and White Ruffed Lemur
Black Howler Monkey
Bolivian Squirrel Monkey
Brazilian Tapir
Common Squirrel Monkey
Capybara
Collared Peccary
Cotton-topped Tamarin
Giant Anteater
Goeldi Monkey
Golden Headed Lion Tamarin
Kinkajou
Larger Hairy Armadillo
Lesser Hairy Armadillo (Screaming)
Linne's two-toed sloth
Lowland Paca
Ocelot
Pygmy Slow Loris
Red Bellied Tamarin
Red Handed Tamarin
Red Panda
Red Ruffed Lemur
Ring Tailed Coati
Ring Tailed Lemur
Slender-tailed Meerkat
Slow Loris
Southern Tamandua
Southern Three-banded Armadillo
White Faced Saki Monkey
Yellow Armadillo

Birds

African Black Footed Penguin
Bali Starling
Black Throated Laughing Thrush
Blue and Gold Macaw
Blue Faced Parrot Finch
Cape Thicknee
Chaco Chacalaca
Channel Bill Toucan
Chestnut Capped Laughing Thrush
Collard Kingfisher
Crimson Bellied Shrike
Emerald Dove
Emins Touraco
Fairy Bluebird
Greater Flamingo
Greater Rhea
Green wing Macaw
Grey-winged Trumpeter
Hooded Merganser
Java Sparrow
Little Egret
Madagascan Red Fody
Maroon Breasted Crowned Pigeon
Napolean Weaver
Nicobar Pigeon
Northern Cardinal
Pekin Robin
Plait Billed Mountain Toucan
Red Crested Turaco
Red Faced Parrot Finch
Red Vented Bulbul
Red Whiskered Bulbul
Roul Roul Partridge
Scarlet Ibis
Scarlet Macaw
Snowy Capped River Chat
Spreo Starling
Sun Bittern
Toco Toucan
White Cheeked Turaco
White-fronted Amazon
White Throated Laughing Thrush

Reptiles and Amphibians

Amazon Tree Boa
Argentinian Horned Frog
Axolotl
Boa Constrictor
Box Tortoise
Caimen
Dwarf Crocodile
Emerald Tree Boa
Fire Bellied Toad
Frog Eyed Gecko
Green Iguana
King Snake
Map Turtle
Mata Mata
Red Eared Terrapin
Red Footed Tortoise
Rhinocerous Iguana
Royal Python
Soft Shell Turtle
Standings Day Gecko
Sulcatta Tortoise
Yellow Bellied Terrapins
Western Hognose Snake

Insects

Assassin Bug
Cave Cockroach
Chilean Rose Tarantula
Cobalt Blue Tarantula
Emporer Scorpian
Giant Land Snail
Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
Mexican Red Rumped Tarantula

Fishes

Common Pleco
Convict Cichlid
Goldfish
Koi

Last updated 05.01.2015

conservation
Conservation

Conservation is the driving force behind what we do here at the Zoo. We develope breeding programs, educate the public and collaborate with other organisations to take part in research programs.Read more...

admissionsAdmissions

Find out about what time we are open throughout the yesr and get detailed admission costs for different types of groups. Read more...

displaysDisplays

Each day we hold special Meet the Animals talks where you can see animals first hand. Read more...

directions
How to get here

By car or by bus we're easy to find. Get directions and a map right here. Read more...

zoo mapZoo Map

Your Amazon World adventure starts here! Explore the Zoo and it's special features before you arrive at the main gates. Read more...

sponsorshipAnimal Adoption

Find out about how you can help protect endangered species through our animal adoption program here at Amazon World Zoo Park. Read more...