This is perhaps the most interesting population mentioned on the thread so far. An introduced marine mammal! :eek:
From Vladimir Dinets' book, Finding Mammals in North America.
There have been a number of fairly reliable sightings of Jaguarundi in Florida though - sightings from Valdimir Dinets and Florida Fish and...
I just counted, and Shedd Aquarium currently exhibits a whopping 1147 species. Wow!
Toledo mixes African Penguins with Baer's Pochard, Long-tailed Duck, Harlequin Duck, and Spectacled Eider.
I had no ides there weren't turtles in the Netherlands - that's fascinating to me since I see turtles regularly in the warmer months, and I kind...
Out of pure curiosity did they call it a Hottentot Teal?
Were all the species discussed in this guidebook present at the zoo, or did they just choose random animals to discuss?
It's sort of reputable. It's certainly gotten far better in recent years. This largely negative article from 2015 may be of interest to you:
Well, I kind of cheated a little. This was simultaneously the easiest and most time-consuming species list I've ever made. Shedd recently created...
I love the fact that the collection isn't really biased towards saltwater or freshwater but rather has a comprehensive collection of both.
Is Cincinnati really that good, and Newport really that bad?
Henry Vilas Zoo has lost several penguins to wild raccoons.
Date of visit: August 14 2022
Note that I didn't visit Stingray Touch, as I didn't realize it was still open. Regardless, I'm pretty sure every...
I would be strongly in favor of reintroduction. I wonder if the introduced population in Florida is still around. Was that part of this study?
I know that, but the animal that it was mistaken for was clearly a mammal and not a fish.
There's tons of random little Wisconsin zoos you could get to.
Because this thread is looking for species rare in captivity (which may or may not be rare in the wild).
Zoo that want to better utilize their space should take inspiration from Ochsner Park Zoo, a tiny zoo that has absolutely mastered efficient use...
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