These are the animal taxa currently kept in the two zoos in R. Macedonia (small land-locked country in South-East Europe), who are not members of EAZA, namely Skopje zoo and Bitola zoo. There are few other, petting zoos (Prilep, Stip-Brioni zoo), falconry, and aqarium for endemic freswater fish in Ohrid, wich is research and conservation institute. Zoo animals in Skopje zoo & Bitola zoo: (Mammals) Dromedary camel Liama Reticulated giraffe (total 3 in Skopje) Falow deer European red deer Roe deer Common eland Blue wildebeest Barbary sheep Himalayan thar Muflon Red forest buffalo (Congo buffalo) European bison Yak Common hipoppothamus Grant's zebra Przewalski's horse Tiger (either Siberian or hybrid, total of 4-5) Leopard (either Persian or hybrid, total 3 in the two zoos) African lion (total 8) Jaguar (2) Carpathian lynx Eurasian gray wolf Coyote Red fox Euroasian brown bear Ferret California sea lion (2) Lar gibbon Siamang Hamadryas baboon Pig-tailed macaque Collared mangabey Pathas monkey Yellow-handed tamarin Pygmy marmoset Ring-tailed lemur Red-necked wallaby (BIRDS) Green winged macaw Blue and yellow macaw Red rosella Cockatiel Griffon vulture (more than 20 birds) Golden eagle Snowy owl Peacock Golden pheasant Diamond pheasant Red necked pheasant Ostrich Emu (REPTILES) Nile crocodile Yellow anaconda Burmese python Quatorlineata snake Montepelier snake California king snake Bearded dragon Savanah monitor Basilisk (now dead I think) Some freshwater turtle in the pool So these zoos are non-EAZA. Some of their enclosures are nice, but some are substandard or small and not so appropriate. Some of the past animals include chimpanzees, pumas, polar bears, and elephants (very long time ago, well before 25 years or more).