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Africa

  • Market Aviary

  • Baboon

    The Guinea baboon is the smallest species of baboon.
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  • Elephant Overlook

  • Elephant's Walk

  • Amur Leopard

    one of the most critically endangered big cats in the world, with just 35 remaining in the wild.
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  • Mangabey

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  • Bongo

    This striking species is the largest and most colourful of all African antelope, immediately recognisable by its rich chestnut-red coat.
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  • Red River Hog

    The ears are long and pointed, with prominent tufts, while the head is distinctively marked with white ‘spectacles’ around the eyes.
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  • Lappet-Faced Vulture

    The lappet-faced vulture will take on a jackal to defend a carcass.
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  • Warthog

    The large head is broad at the rear, tapering towards the snout, with two upwardly curved upper tusks
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  • Gorilla

    A sociable species, the Western gorilla lives in family groups containing a dominant male, several females and their offspring
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  • Kudu

    Often thought of as the most beautiful antelope, the lesser kudu has a single white stripe running down the back and white stripes running off this central stripe down the sides.
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  • Scimitar-Horned Oryx

    The large, spread hooves allow these antelope to walk on the sand of their dry habitat.
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  • Saddle-Billed Stork

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  • Aldabra Tortoise

    The thick, domed carapace is dark grey to black in color and the robust limbs are covered in bony scales, as is the small, pointed head.
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  • Eagle

    One of the most colourful birds of prey, the bateleur can be readily identified by the bare patch of vivid red skin in front of the eyes and around the base of the bill.
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  • Duiker

    Duiker is pronounced Dye-Ker
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  • Painted Dog

    African wild dogs hunt in groups and can bring down wildebeest weighing up to 250 kg!
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  • Cranes

    predominantly grey plumage contrasts sharply with black and white wings, a crest of golden feathers sitting on top of the head.
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  • Springbok

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  • Eland

    Its coat is tan, fawn or tawny coloured, turning slightly bluish-grey on the neck and shoulders with age, and a short dark mane runs down the back of the neck
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  • Hippo

    A male hippopotamus can weigh up to 6,000 pounds!
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  • Scrubland Aviary

    Red ruffed lemurs are from Madagascar and share the aviary with feathered friends.
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  • African Tortoise

    The African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sulcata) is the largest tortoise of the African mainland, and is surpassed in size only by the giant island species from Aldabra and Galápagos
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  • Secretary Bird

    Although it can fly, the secretarybird prefers to move around on foot and can cover 30 km a day, earning it the title ‘Africa’s marching eagle’
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  • Kori Bustard

    Along with condors, swans and turkeys, the kori bustard is one of the world’s heaviest flying birds.
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  • Giraffe

    The legs are also long. The giraffe’s neck is made up of the same number of neck bones (vertebrae) as most mammals.
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  • Ostrich

    The ostrich is the only bird to have just 2 toes, one of which has a formidible 10 cm long claw!
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  • Black Rhino

    In spite of its name, the black rhino is actually grey.
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  • Monitor

    Colouration is highly variable, but is always far more vivid in juveniles, which are generally yellow or orange with bold black bands running across the body and tail.
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  • Love Birds

    Watch these wonderful birds in the hyrax exhibit.
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  • Hyrax

    The soles of the feet are moist and rubber-like, providing the hyrax with a good grip.
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  • Black-Footed Cat

    The broad skull has prominent rounded ears, and very large eyes that possess a mirror-like layer behind the retina, the tapetum lucidum.
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  • Bat-Eared Fox

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  • Chimpanzee

    Watch our troop of 12 chimpanzees roam three acres of open woodland.
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  • Elephant

    The upper lip and nose of the African elephant are extended to form the trunk.
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  • Zebra

    The plains zebra is often the first species to colonise unexploited areas of grassland, and is capable of travelling long distances to do so.
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  • Cheetah

    Fast cats!
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  • Lion

    Lions are the second largest cats in the world, second only to tigers!
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Explore the Map

Rhinoceros Hornbill
Langur
SNAKES
Australian
Aviary
Camel
Sumatran Tiger
Emu
Wallaby
Sheep
Tree
Kangaroo
Trumpeter Swan
Polar Bear
Passage
River Otter
Kol
Feedling
Asian
Waterfowl
Sea Lion
Lorikeet
Feeding
Llama
Deer
Helzberg
Penguin
Plaza
Discovery
Barn
Peekabo
Tree
Donkey
Tropics
Flamingo
Bobcat
Baboon
Amur Leopard
Mangabey
Bongo
Red River
Hog
Lappet-Faced Vulture
Warthog
Gorilla
Kudu
Scimitar-horned Oryx
Saddle-Billed Stork
Aldabra Tortoise
Bateleur
Duiker
Painted Dog
Cranes
Springbok
Eland
Hippo
Scrubland Aviary
African Tortoise
Secretary Bird
Kori Bustard
Giraffe
Ostrich
Eastern Black Rhino
Monitor
Love
Birds
Hyrax
Black-Footed
Cat
Bat-Eared Fox
Chimpanzee
Lemur
Meerkat
Bornean Orangutan
Kangaroo
Singing
Dog
Red
Panda
Elephant
Zebra
Cheetah
Lion
ATM
Defibrillator
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Restaurants
Snack Shop
Snack Shop
Snack Shop
Gift Shops
Vending Machine
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Vending Machine
Vending Machine
Vending Machine
Vending Machine
Picnic Areas
Picnic Areas
Picnic Areas
Picnic Areas
Smoking Area
Smoking Area
Smoking Area
Smoking Area
ATM
Restroom
Restroom
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Snack Shop
Vending Machine
Vending Machine
Picnic Areas
Picnic Areas
Smoking Area
ATM
Defibrillator
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Restroom
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Water Fountain
Restaurants
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Gift Shops
Vending Machine
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Picnic Areas
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Picnic Areas
Picnic Areas
Picnic Areas
Chimp
Classroom

Sky Safari

Boat Ride

Boat Ride

Sky Safari

Tram
Station
Education
Overnight
Area
(Reservations
Required)
Shorcut
to Africa

Camel
Rides
Tropics
Field

KidZone
Pavilion
Play
Ground

Train & Tram
Station
Gazebo
Lobby
Auditorium
Strollers, Wagons,
Wheelchair & ECV Rentals
Zoo Learning
Center
Business
Office
Guest Relations/
Admissions
Entrance/
Exit
Green
Revolution

Train Station
Tiger Terrace
African Market
Classroom
Legend Restrooms Food/Drink Attractions
Legend
  • ATM
  • Restaurants
  • Defibrillator
  • Snack Shop
  • Restroom
  • Gift Shops
  • Water Fountain
  • Vending Machine
  • Picnic Areas
  • Smoking Area
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