Index of Species

A check-mark in column "Classified" means the species can be found through our graphical classification. Else, we do not know exactly where it belongs, or did not have the time to construct those areas of our zoo, yet.

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Birds

 

Reptiles &
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Insects

 

Common Name Our Picture Sound Classified Date entered
Aardvark   2005, Aug
Addax   2007, Dec
Alpaca   2005, Aug
Amazons: White-fronted, Red-lored,
Blue-fronted, Yellow-crowned, and
Mealy
  2007, Nov
Angelfish: Blue-ring, Emperor,
Yellowband, and Yellow-mask
  2004, Jul
Anoa, Lowland   2008, Jan
Ant, Crater-nest (?)     2000, May
Anteater, Giant 2003, Oct
Antelope, Sable, and Roan   2008, Jan
Axolotl   2012, Aug
Basilisk, Green   2003, Aug
Bears: Brown, Polar, Black,
Spectacled, Sloth, Sun, Asiatic Black,
and Giant Panda

2003, Feb
Bison: American, European, and Indian   2005, Nov
2002, Mar
Bongo Antelope   2002, Mar
Bontebok   2008, Mar
Budgerigar   2008, Aug
Buffalo: American, and Forest
(see also Bison)
  2005, Aug
Bull, domestic cattle   2002, Jan
Camel: Bactrian, and Dromedary   2000, May
Capybara   2003, Oct
Caracal   2002, Sep
Cassowary, Double-wattled   2002, Nov
Cats: Pallas’ cat   2002, Sep
Chameleon, Jackson's
and Veiled
  2003, May
Cheetah   2002, Aug
Chimpanzee, Common,
and Pygmy (bonobo)
2003, Sep
Chuckwalla, Common   2003, May
Cicada, Dogday Harvestfly 2000, Feb
Clownfish: False Anemone (Nemo!),
Cinnamon, Brown Saddleback,
Clark's, and Tomato

  2005, Nov
2004, May
Cockatiel   2007, Dec
Cockatoos: Galah, Sulfur-crested
Salmon-crested, Major Mitchell’s,
Goffin’s, Little Corella, Palm, Alba,
and Yellow-crested


  2001, May
Conures: Sun, Patagonian, and Nanday   2007, Nov
Crocodile, Central American   1999, Jun
Damselfly   1999, Aug
Dik-dik, Kirk’s   2008, Feb
Dingo   2008, May
Dog, Domestic, and African Wild   2008, May
Dolphin, Common Bottlenose   2000, Dec
Donkey, Wild Ass 2000, Dec
Dragon, Frilled, and Komodo   2003, May
Drill   2011, Apr
Ducks: Mallard, American Wigeon,
White-cheeked Pintail, Pink-eared,
Philippine, African Black,
Hottentot Teal, White-backed,
Hawaiian, Maned, Chestnut Teal, and
Green-winged Teal
see also: Whistling Ducks


  2002, May
Duikers: Zebra, and Red-flanked   2008, Jan
Eagle, Bald   2000, Dec
Echidna, short-beaked   2007, Aug
Elands: Giant and Common   2003, Mar
Elephant, African and Indian 1999, Apr
Emu   2000, Dec
Flamingos: Greater, Lesser
Chilean, Andean, and Puna

  2000, Dec
Fox, Arctic, Fennec, Corsac, and Gray   2008, May
Garibaldi   2004, Jun
Gaur or Seladang   2011, Apr
Gazelles: Dama, Dorcas, Speke’s,
and Soemmerring’s
  2008, Feb
Gecko, Henkel's Leaftail   2003, Mar
Geese: Canadian, Greylag, Egyptian,
Cape Barren, Emperor, Hawaiian,
Red-breasted, Barnacle, Snow,
Swan, and Bar-headed


2003, Mar
Gemsbok   2008, Jan
Gerenuk   2008, Feb
Gibbon, White-handed,
and White-cheeked
1999, Aug,
2001, Jun
Gila monster   2003, Jun
Giraffe   1999, Aug
Goats: Wild and Domestic   2008, Jan
Goral, Gray   2008, Jan
Gorilla 1999, Apr
Guanaco   2002, Mar
Hamerkop   2007, Dec
Hermit Crab, Terrestrial   2000, Jul
Hippo, Common, and Pygmy 2004, Jun
Hornbills: Great, and Rhinoceros   2003, Dec
Horse 1999, Jul
Human, Sino-Grecian 1999, Apr
Ibex: Alpine, Siberian, and Spanish   2008, Jan
Ibises: Scarlet, and American White   2001, Jun
Iguana, Fiji Banded   2001, Dec
Impala   2008, Jan
Jackal, Black-backed   2008, May
Jaguar   2002, Jul
Jaguarundi   2011, Mar
Kangaroo, Eastern Grey   2000, Jul
Kestrel, American 2000, Dec
Kiang   2011, Apr
Kiwi, North Island brown 2005, Jul
Klipspringer   2008, Feb
Koala   2003, Jan
Komodo Dragon   2001, Dec
Kookaburras: Laughing,
and Blue-winged
2004, Jan
Kudu, Greater and Lesser   2008, Mar
Ladybug, 19-spotted   1999, Aug
Lechwe   2008, Jan
Leopard 2000, May
Lion 2000, May
Lizard, Chinese Crocodile   2003, Jul
Llama   2002, Mar
Lories: Blue-eared, Collared, Black,
Red, Brown, Chattering, Purple-naped,
Black-capped, and Dusky


  2007, Nov
Lorikeets: Rainbow, and Papuan   2003, Oct
Lovebirds: Masked, Madagascar, and
Fischer’s
  2007, Nov
Lynx: Canadian and Eurasian   2000, Jul
Macaws: Scarlet, Blue and Yellow,
Green-winged, Military, Buffon’s,
Blue-throated, Chestnut-fronted,
and Hyacinthine

  2001, Feb
Magpie Goose   2007, Sep
Mandrills: Mandrill, and Drill   2003, Jan
2011, Apr
Meerkat   2003, Mar
Moa (extinct)   2002, Oct
Monitor lizards: Desert Monitor
and Komodo Dragon
  2003, May
Mouse Deer: Malay, Lesser & Greater   2008, Mar
Muskox   2008, Jan
Nyala   2010, Dec
Okapi   2002, Dec
Onager   2011, Jul
Orangutan   1999, Jul
Oryxes: Arabian, Scimitar-horned,
and Gemsbok
  2008, Jan
Ostrich   2000, Dec
Owl, Great Horned picture not ours   1999, Dec
Panda, Giant and Red   2002, Nov
Parakeets: Plum-headed, Slaty-headed,
Rose-ringed, Long-tailed, Burrowing,
Sun, Nanday, Horned, and Alexandrine

  2007, Nov
Parrots: Red-winged, African Grey,
Eclectus, Australian King, Superb,
Blue-crowned Hanging, Hawk-headed,
Thick-billed, Red-capped, Hooded,
Scarlet-chested, and Budgerigar


  2007, Nov
Penguins: King, Emperor, Magellanic,
Rockhopper, Gentoo, Chinstrap,
Adelie, African, Humboldt,
and Fairy


2001, Dec
Pheasant, Golden, and
Lady Amherst's
  2003, Dec
Piranha, Red-bellied   2003, Feb
Platypus 2007, Jun
Polyphemus Moth     2000, May
Porcupine, Canadian   1999, Jul
Puma, or Cougar   2002, Aug
Rhea, Greater, and Darwin's   2002, Oct
Rhinoceros: Black, White, Sumatran,
Indian, and Javan

2003, Feb
Rosellas: Crimson   2007, Dec
Screamers: Northern or Chavarria,
and Southern or Crested
  2007, Oct
Sea Lion, Californian   1999, Aug
Secretary Bird 2002, Nov
Serow, Japanese   2008, Jan
Serval   2002, Aug
Sheep: Domestic, Barbary, Dall’s, and
Bighorn
  2008, Jan
Siamang 2001, Jun
Sitatunga   2007, Dec
Skink, Common Bluetongue   2003, Jun
Sloth, Two-toed   2003, Oct
Snow Leopard   2002, Sep
Spoonbill, Roseate   2001, Jun
Spotted Cucumber Beetle   1999, Nov
Squirrel, Striped Gopher     2000, May
Suni   2008, Feb
Surgeonfish, Palette (Dory!)   2004, Mar
Swans: Black, Trumpeter,
Mute, Black-necked,
Whooper, and Coscoroba

2003, Mar
Takin   2008, Jan
Tangs, Sailfin: Purple, Ringed
and Yellow
  2005, Nov
Tapirs: Asian, Baird’s, Brazilian   1999, May
Tiger, and Siberian subspecies 2000, May
Trout, Brook   2004, Feb
Tuatara   2002, Oct
Vicuņa   2005, Aug
Walking Leaf, Malaysian   2001, Jul
Walking Stick, Giant   2001, Jul
Walrus   2002, Jul
Waterbuck   2008, Mar
Wheel bug   1999, Nov
Whistling Ducks: Plumed, Fulvous,
Black-bellied, and White-faced,
White-backed, Spotted, and Lesser

  2007, Sep
Wild Ass 2008, Dec
Wolf, Gray and Maned   2008, May
Yak   2002, Jan
Zebra, Plains, Mountain,
and Grevy’s
1999, Aug

Last Update: 01/09/14

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