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DeYoung Family Zoo DeYoung Family Zoo Species List August 2018

Discussion in 'United States' started by birdsandbats, 12 Aug 2018 at 1:00 PM.

  1. birdsandbats

    birdsandbats Well-Known Member

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    As I mentioned in the zoo's news thread, lots of changes seem to have been made recently at the zoo. I mentioned a few there, but decided it would be simpler to make a species list.

    As this zoo isn't really sorted into 'complexes' like other zoos are, I will be sorting them into 'type' of animal. Please note that this may or may not mean the exhibits are close together.

    Primates
    Ring-Tailed Lemur
    White-Throated Capuchin
    Colombian Spider Monkey
    Pig-Tailed Macaque (species unknown)
    Celebus Crested Macaque
    Crab-Eating Macaque
    Japanese Macaque
    Olive Baboon

    Ungulates
    Dromedary
    Llama
    White-Tailed Deer
    Domestic Cow
    Domestic Goat
    Domestic Sheep
    European Mouflon
    Zorse
    Zonkey

    Carnivores
    Tiger (Three subspecies: Siberian, Indochinese, and Generic 'Bengal'.)
    African 'Barbary' Lion
    Leopard
    Spotted Hyena
    Striped Hyena (behind-the-scenes)
    Gray Wolf (Five subspecies: Tundra, British Colombian Black, Timber, Dingo, and New Guinea Singing)
    Coyote
    Red Fox
    Binturong
    Eurasian Brown Bear
    American Black Bear
    American Badger
    Northern Raccoon
    South American Coati

    Misc. Mammals
    Common Hippopotomas
    Two-Toed Sloth (species unknown, behind-the-scenes)
    North American Porcupine

    Gamebirds
    Domestic Chicken
    Domestic Turkey

    Waterfowl
    Mute Swan
    Domestic Greylag Goose
    Domestic Swan Goose
    Domestic Mallard

    Misc. Birds
    Domestic Pigeon

    Reptiles
    Central Bearded Dragon
    American Alligator
     
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  2. Zoological Point

    Zoological Point Active Member

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    Do any other zoos in the United States have Indochinese Tigers?
     
  3. jayjds2

    jayjds2 Well-Known Member

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    No, and neither does this one. They are all misidentified Malayan.
     
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  4. Coelacanth18

    Coelacanth18 Well-Known Member

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    @jayjds2 Do you remember how this was decided? Was it through import history or extensive genetic analyses?
     
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    jayjds2 Well-Known Member

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    I believe it was through import history, but I’m not the right one to ask.
     
  6. birdsandbats

    birdsandbats Well-Known Member

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    I forgot, the zoo also has Emus and Domestic Donkeys.