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  1. Moebelle

    Moebelle Well-Known Member

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    A 98% complete list of nearly every species you could see at the Shedd Aquarium throughout 12 attractions as of March 8, 2016.

    Amazon Rising

    1. Polka-Dot Catfish, White-faced Whistling Duck
    2. River's Edge: Wattled Jacana, Largemouth Cichlid, Puffer, Silver Croaker, Giant Bumblebee Catfish, Tiger River Stingray, Pictus Catfish, Gilded Catfish, Pineapple Pleco, Chocolate-covered Catfish, Adonis Catfish, Emerald Catfish, Tucan Fish, Galaxy Pleco, Sabalo Characin
    3. Goliath Bird-eater Spider
    4. Giant Peruvian Cockroach
    5. Sky-blue Poison Dart Frog
    6. Amazon Milk Frog
    7. Suntiger Tarantula
    8. Floodplain Lake: Bigtooth River Stingray, Yelow-spotted Amazon River Turtle, Wattled Jacana, White-faced Whistling Duck, Brazilian Teal, Tiger River Stingray, White-blotched River Stingray, Giant Plated Catfish, Adonis Catfish, Blue-eye Panaque, Banded Leporinus, Elongate Hatchetfish, Silver Pacu, Payara
    9. Dry Forest: Red-footed Tortoise, Yellow-footed Tortoise, Puffer, Hog-nosed Brochis Catfish, Leopard Frog Pleco, Sailfin Surgeonfish
    10. Flooded Forest: Bigtooth River Stingray, Yellow-spotted Amazon River Turtle, Disk Pacu, Striped Headstander, Threespot Headstander, Elongate Hatchetfish, False Black Tetra, Redhook Myleus, Tucan Fish, Blue Discus, Emerald Cichlid, Parrot Cichlid, Agassiz's Leporinus, Banded Leporinus
    11. Giant Waxy Monkey Frog
    12. Black-legged Poison Dart Frog, Three-striped Poison Dart Frog
    13. Rain Wall Focus Tank: Twist-neck Turtle, Caecilian, Puffer, Leopard Frog Pleco, Otocinclus, Spotfin Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Imitating Cory
    14. Floodplain House: Gulper Catfish, Bigtooth River Stingray, White-blotched River Stringray, Cadago Sideneck Turtle, Silver Arawana, Gilded Catfish, Redhook Myleus, Demon Eartheater, Galaxy Pleco, Tigerstriped Catfish, Giant Plated Catfish, Disk Pacu, Leopard Pleco
    15. Caiman Lizard
    16. Phantasmal Dart Frog
    17. Floodplain House 2: Red-bellied Pirahna, Oscar Cichlid, Redhead Geophagus Cichlid, South American Tigerfish, Royal Pleco, Pinktail Chalceus, Buck-tooth Tetra, Scarlet Catfish
    18. Muddy Forest: Goeldi's Monkey, Panda Corydoras, Puffer, Glass Bloodfin, Royal Tetra, Golden Pencilfish, Tiger Loricaria, Queen Arabesque Pleco, Otocinclus
    19. Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman
    20. Green Anaconda
    21. Emerald Tree Python, Mimic Poison Dart Frog, Blue Poison Dart Frog
    22. River Channel: Arapaima, White-blotched River Ray, Discus Ray, Yellow-spotted Amazon River Turtle, Blackfin Pacu, Cadago Sideneck Turtle, Blackfin Brycon, Oscar Cichlid, Granulated Catfish, Peruvian Severum, Black Thorny Catfish, Firewood Catfish, Leopard Catfish, Achara Catfish
    23. Ecudorian Purple Pinktoe Tarantula, Peruvian Green-and-gold Millipede
    24. Electric Eel
    25. Fish Hobby Tank: Bolivian Ram, Leopard Corydoras, Freshwater Angelfish, Pleco Catfish, Colombian Tetra, Redeye Tetra, Sailfin Surgeon Catfish, Puffer
    26. Diversity Habitat: Suriname Toad, Xingu Rapids Cichlid, Spotted Pike Characin, Whitebarred Catfish, Doras Catfish, Golden Nugget Pleco, Green Phantom Pleco, Pario-ancistrus Pleco, Tiger Loricaria, Mandube Catfish, Silver Croaker, Largemouth Cichlid, Filtermouth Cichlid, Acara, Zamora Driftwood Catfish, Jewel Tetra, Common Headstander,
    27. Beauty of the Amazon: Red-headed Side-necked Turtle, Green Pike, Rummy Nosed Tetra, Cardinal Tetra, King Tiger Pleco, River Hatchetfish, Green Phantom Pleco, Black Phantom Tetra, Black Neon Tetra, Marbled Hatchetfish, Corydoras Catfish, Longnose Angelfish, Britski's Catfish

    Oceans

    1. Senorita Wrasse, Round Stingray, Tube-snout, Longnose Hawkfish, Cortez Angelfish, Blacksmith, Clarion Angelfish, Mexican Hogfish, Rosy Rockfish, Threeband Butterflyfish, Red Abalone, Strawberry Anemone, Giant Green Anemone, Vermilion Rockfish
    2. Stripey, Shaw's Cowfish, Horseshoe Leatherjacket Fish, Silver Sweep, Oldwife, Magpie Morwong, Moonligther
    3. Gariboldi, Strawberry Anemone, Black Surfperch, Striped Surfperch, Bat Sea Star, Tiger Rockfish, C-O Sole, Red Abalone, Flag Rockfish, Rainbow Surfperch, Copper Rockfish, Pile Surfperch
    4. Horn Shark, Giant Pink Star, Swell Shark, Ocean Whitefish, Green Moray Eel, Giant Green Anemone, Strawberry Anemone, California Moray Eel
    5. American Lobster (Blue)
    6. Chain Dogfish, Ten-ridged Whelk, Oyster Toadfish
    7. Cardinal Fish
    8. Grunt Sculpin, Coon-striped Shrimp, Bat Sea Star, Northern Ronquil, Giant Pink Sea Star, Red Sea Urchin, Sailfin Sculpin, Gopher Rockfish, Vermilion Star, Northern Clingfish, Northern Spearnose Poacher
    9. Blackeye Goby, Flag Rockfish, Red Sea Urchin
    10. Coon-striped Shrimp, Strawberry Anemone, Giant Barnacle, Jeweled Anemone, Decorated Warbonnet, Giant Green Anemone, Plumose Anemone, Rainbow Star
    11. Rainbow Star, Giant Pink Star, Purple Sea Urchin, Red Sea Urchin, California Scorpionfish, Tube Anemone
    12. Copper Rockfish, Striped Surgperch, Blue Rockfish, China Rockfish, Red Sea Urchin
    13. Blue Jack Mackerel, Northern Sea Star
    14. Giant Pacific Octopus, Tube Anemone, Strawberry Anemone, Fish Eating Anemone, Purple Sea Urchin, Painted Anemone
    15. Wolf Eel, Japanese Spider Crab, Big Roughy, Tube Anemone
    16. Giant Deep Sea Isopod, Leather Sea Star, Plumose Anemone, Spotted Ratfish
    17. Lumpfish, Northern Sea Star, Giant Sea Urchin, Spotted Wolffish

    Seahorses and Pipefish

    1. Potbellied Seahorse, Snipefish, Red Seaperch, French Hogfish, Pineapple Fish, Weedy Pipefish
    2. Oceanic Seahorse, Tiger Tail Seahorse, Shrimpfish, Copperband Butterflyfish, Starburst Coral, Dragonface Pipefish, Clown Anemonefish, Cabbage Coral, Banded Coral Shrimp, Mushroom Coral, Soft Finger Coral, Jans's Pipefish, Golden Goby, Hammer Coral
    3. Lined Seahorse, Longsnout Seahorse, White's Seahorse, Lesser Starlet Coral, Sea Fan, Boulder Star Coral, Knobby Sea Rod, Goldspot Goby, Masked Goby, Fourseye Butterflyfish, Cherubfish, Sally Lightfoot Crab, Encrusting Gorgonian, Saddled Blenny, Mini Brittle Star, Purple Sea Plume, Veriegated Urchin, Longsnout Butterflyfish

    At Home on the Great Lakes

    1. Walleye
    2. Yellow Perch
    3. Bluegill, Green Sunfish, White Suckerfish, Longnose Dace, Northern Sunfish, Spotfin Shiner, Spottail Shiner, Stonecat, Blackstripe Minnow, Red-spotted Sunfish, Orangespotted Sunfish, Rock Bass, Tadpole Madtom, Banded Darter, Blacknose Dace, Bluntnose Minnow, Blackside Darter, Iowa Darter, Central Stoneroller, Johnny Darter, Rainbow Darter, Central Mudminnow
    4. Lake Sturgeon (Touch Pool)
    5. Burbot, Common Carp, Gizzard Shad
    6. Alewife
    7. Koi, Mottled Sculpin
    8. Round Goby, Sand Shiner, Lake Chub, Bluntnose Dace, Spottail Shiner
    9. Sea Lamprey, Lake Chubsucker, Golden Shiner
    10. Largemouth Bass
    11. Silver Carp, Bighead Carp
    12. Mudpuppy
    13. Lake Sturgeon
    14. Wood Duck
    15. Grass Pickerel
    16. Brook Trout, Striped Shiner, Warmouth, Longear Sunfish, Yellow Bass, Longnose Gar, Yellow Bullhead
    17. Alligator Snapping Turtle, Dollar Sunfish, Lake Herring

    Islands and Lakes

    1. Ringed Map Turtle, Ring-sawback Turtle, Least Killifish, Bluespotted Sunfish, Flagfish, Golden Topminnow, Blackheaded Sunfish, Lined Topminnow, Mosquitofish
    2. Panther Chameleon, Zoto, Madagascar Rainbowfish
    3. Tropical Gar, Midas Cichlid, Flier Cichlid
    4. Blackline Rasbora, Sparkling Gourami, Checkerboard Barb, Mountain Rock Goby, Valiant's Chocolate Gourami, Blue Line Licorice Gourami, Moonight Gourami
    5. Pearl Gourami, Croaking Gourami, Winged Nepenthes, Tropical Pitcher Plant, Lambchop Rasbora, Deisseneri's Licorice Gourami, Sawbwa Barb, Chocolate Gourami, Kapuas River Halfbeak
    6. Exuma Rock Iguana, Blunthead Wrasse, Slippery Dick, Spanish Hogfish, French Grunt, Redfin Needlefish, Black Durgon, Blue Tang, Indigo Hamlet, Shy Hamlet, Tobacco Fish, Yellow Stingray
    7. Purple Head Cichlid, Rock Kribensis Cichlid, Zebra Obliquidens
    8. Leleupi Cichlid, Banded Dwarf Cichlid, Fluorescent Cichlid, African Butterflyfish
    9. Duboisi Cichlid, Humphead Cichlid, Compressiceps, Blue Julie Cichlid, Marleer Dwarf Cichlid, Leopard Catfish
    10. Cuckoo Catfish, African Tigerfish
    11. Spindle Hap Cichlid, Elegant Venustus Cichlid, Dolphin Cichlid, Malawi Eye-Biter Cichlid, Malawi Sandsifter, Star Cichlid, Malawi Christyi Cichlid
    12. Red Peacock Cichlid, Zimbabwe Rock Cichlid, Blue and Blue Cichlid, Dinghani Cichlid, Yellow Cichlid, Durante Cichlid, Reef Cichlid
    13. Sungai Sembra, Crazy Kabong Fish
    14. Playfair's Killifish, Celebes Rainbowfish, Daisy Ricefish
    15. Blue Gularis, Neon Blue Cichlid, Banded Panchax
    16. Mexican Blind Cave Fish


    Reptiles

    1. Common Musk Turtle, Eastern Mud Turtle
    2. Green Mantella Frog, Blue Leg Mantella Frog, Black-eared Mantella Frog, Golden Mantella Frog, Seychelles Day Gecko
    3. Mountain Horned Dragon
    4. Tentacled Snake, Glass Goby, Rhinoceros Rat Snake, Dwarf Rasbera

    Rivers

    1. Clouded Archerfish, Humpback Puffer
    2. Harlequin Rasbora, Choprae Danio, Neon Hatchetfish, Freshwater Pipefish
    3. Fire Eel, Pearl Danio, Siamese Flying Fox
    4. Jewel Glassfish, Highfin Neon Barb, Polka-dot Loach, Clown Loach, Cherry Barb, Glass Goby, Glass Catfish, Arulius Barb, Demison Barb, Yellow Chromide
    5. Polka-dot Loach, Ompack Catfish, Humphead Glassfish, Harlequin Rasbora, Kisising Gourami, Mountain Rock Goby, Celebes Halfbeak, Dwarf Chain Loach, Scissortail Rasbor
    6. African Lungish, Kafue Pike
    7. Banded Fingerifsh, Long-finned African Tetra, Pearl Cichlid, Cross River Puffer, Congo Tetra, Leopard Ctenopoma, West African Dwarf Cichlid, Ornae Bichir, Congo Bichir, African Moon Tetra, Bandback Birchir
    8. Egyptian Moutherbrooder Cichlid, Featherfin Squeaker, African Knifefish, African Butter Catfish
    9. American Paddlefish, Shovelnose Sturgeon, Longnose Gar
    10. Australian Lungfish, Merten's Water Monitor, Red-bellied Short-necked Turtle, Murray Rirver Rainbowfish, Northern Spotted Arowana
    11. Red Emperor Gudeon, Lake Kutubu Rainbowfish, Vermilion Rainbowfish, Orangeback Rainbowfish
    12. Fly River Turtle, Spotted Blue-eye
    13. Violet-line Piranha, Buck-toothed Tetra, Butterfly Goodeid
    14. T-bar Cichlid, Holdridge's Livebearer, Banded Tetra, Freshwater Prawn
    15. Ocellated Featherback, Asian Arowana, Tinfoil Barb, Fire Eel, Bala Shark, Clown Loach, Campell's Tigerfish
    16. Giant Gourami, Black Spot Barb, T-Barb, Clown Barb, Bronze River Puffer

    Wild Reef

    Above by Entrance: Atlantic Sea Nettle
    1. Shoreline Surf
    a. Clark's Clownfish, Green Chromis, Mustard Tang
    b. Convict Tang, Foxface, Undullated Triggerfish
    2. Sailfin Tang, Green Chromis, Orange Masked Tang, Orange Anthias, Powder Blue Tang
    3. Crown of Thorns Tank: Crown of Thorns Sea Star, Saddled Puffer, Anemone Clownfish
    4. Schooling Fish: Collared Butterfly, Fourstripe Damselfish, Green Chromis, Tomato Clownfish, Clown Grouper, Orange Anthias, Purple Square Anthias, Queensland Grouple, Double-barred Rabbitfish, Foxface, Orangespot Rabbitfish, Scibbled Rabbitfish, Black-edged Puffer, Double-saddled Butterflyfish, Lined Butterflyfish, Latticed Butterflyfish, Longnose Butterflyfish, Pearlscale Butterflyfish, Phillippine Butterflyfish, Spot-band Butterflyfish, Saddleback Butterflyfish, Threadfin Butterflyfish, Threadfin Damselfish, Vagabond Butterflyfish, Arc Eye Hawkfish
    5. Slipper Lobster
    6. Harlequin Shrimp, Yellow Clown Goby
    7. Mid-Predator Tank: Blueline Triggerfish, Blueline Snapper, Emperor Snapper, Clown Triggerfish, Redtooth Triggerfish, Honeycomb Moray Eel, Undulated Triggerfish, Raccoon Butterflyfish, Blue and Yellow Grouper, Clown Grouper, Porcupinefish, Round-faced Batfish, Candycane Squirrelfish, Coral Grouper, Yellowbanded Sweetlips, Panther Grouper, Napoleon Wrasse, Six Line Soapfish, Speckled Blue Line Grouper, Targetfish
    8. Eel Tank: Zebra Moray Eel, Coral Catfish, Blackbar Soldierfish, Metallic Squirrelfish
    9. Garden Eel Tank: Spotted Garden Eel, Cockatoo Waspfish, Philippine Garden Eel, Pajama Cardinal Fish, Sailfin Leaf Scorpionfish, Bar Goby
    10. Commerson's Frogfish
    11. Nocturnal Tank: Glasseye Snapper, Chambered Nautilus, Candycane Squirrelfish, Blackbar Soldierfish, Snowflake Moray Eel
    12. Red Lionfish, Boradbarred Firefish
    13. Shark Habitat: Zebra Shark, Whitespotted Guitarfish, Green Sawfish, Spotted Wobbegong Shark, Sandbar Shark, Japanese Wobbegong Shark,Bluelined Snapper, Humphead Wrasse, Sergeant Major, Fourstriped Damsel, Blue Devil Damsel
    14. Stingray Way: Ribbontail Stingray, Blue-spotted Stingray
    15. Flashlightfish
    16. Symbiosis: Achilles Tang, Mushroom Coral, Bush Gorgonian, Philippine Yellow Tang, Bluetip Anemone, Anemone Clownfish, Pink Anemonefish, Red-cheeked Fairy Basslet, Twinspot Anthias, Finger Feather Coral, Leather Coral, Twosport Anthias, Toadstool Leather Coral, Yellow Tinga Brittle Star, Black Cardinalfish, Copperband Butterflyfish, Cup Coral
    17. Sygnathids: Blood Red Cleaner Shrimp
    18. Mandarin Fish, Ringed Pipefish
    19. Pom Pom Crab
    20. Lagoon Coral: Philippine Yellow Tang, Bushy Gorgonian, Clown Fairy Wrasse, Orangespot Filefish, Cinnamon Clownfish, Leather Coral, Fathead Anthias, Toadstool Leather Coral, Mushroom Coral, Starburst Coral
    21. Mangrove: Silver Mono, Green Scar, Kole Tang, Black-edged Puffer, White-spotted Bamboo Shark, Smallscale Archerfish, Round Batfish, Scrawled Filefish
    22. Upside Down Jellyfish
    23. Lagoon: Slingjaw Wrasse, Kole Tang, Marine Betta, Cream Angelfish, Pajama Cardinalfish, Flagfin Angelfish, Magestic Angelfish, Redfin Needlefish, Saddleback Clownfish, Vagabond Butterflyfish, Longnose Hawkfish, White-spotted Bamboo Shark, Scribbled Rabbitfish, Dogface Puffer, Barred Flagtail, Saddle Hogfish

    Caribbean Reef

    1. Scrawled Filefish, Green Sea Turtle, Yellow Singray, Sharksucker, Permit, Green Moray eel, Tarpon, Lookdown, Bonnethead, Cownose Ray, Blue Angelfish, Harlequin Bass, Reef Butteflyfish, Yellowtail Snapper, Squirrelfish, Puffingwife, Blue Tang, Brown Chromis, Spotted Goatfish, Doctorfish, Saucereye Porgy, white-spotted Filefish, Yellowhead Wrasse, Gray Angelfish, French Angelfish, Lookdown, Spotfin Butterflyfish, Balloonfish, Boga, Creole-fish, Blackfin Snapper, Orange-spotted Filefish, Redband Parrotfish, Bonnetmouth, Glasseye Snapper, Scrawled Cowfish, Sand Tilefish, Indigo Hamlet, Bigeye Scad, Blackbar Soldierfish, Bluehead Wrasse, Smallmouth Grunt, Longspine Squirrelfish, Yellow Goatfish, Mackerel Scad, Tobaccofish, Barred Hamelt, Sky Hamelt, Longsnouth Butterflyfish, Striped Grunt, Striped Parrotfish, Butter Hamlet, Sargassum Triggerfish, Southern Stingray, Hogfish

    Pacific Northwest Oceanarium and Polar Play Zone

    Upper Level
    1. River Mouth Tank: C-O Sole, Copper Rockfish, Pacific Staghorn Sculpin, Painted Greenling, Red Sea Urchin, Kelp Greenling, White-spotted Greenling, Sunflower Sea Star, Red Irish Lord, China Rockfish, Red Rock Crab, Quillback Rockfish
    2. Beluga
    3. California Sea Lion
    4. Pacific White-sided Dolphin
    5. Sea Otter
    Lower Level
    1. Beluga
    2. Leather Sea Star
    3. West Coast Sea Nettle
    4. Icy South: Southern Rockhopper Penguin, Magellanic Penguin
    5. Pacific White-sided Dolphin/Beluga
    6. Sea Otter
    7. Touch Pool

    Special Exhibit: Amphibians
    1. Green Tree Frog, American Toad
    2. Cricket Frog, Spring Peeper, Western Chorus Frog
    3. Fire-bellied Newt
    4. Surinam Toad
    5. Wood Frog
    6. Fire-bellied Toad
    7. Kaup's Caecilian
    8. Marbled Salamander, Grey Tree Frog, Southern Leopard Frog, Spotted Salamander
    9. Lesser Siren
    10. Axolotl
    11. Tomato Frog
    12. Phantasmal Dart Frog, Pleasing Dart Frog, Yellow Headed Dart Frog, Harlequin Frog
    13. Solomon Island Leaf Frog
    14. Iberian Newt
    15. Amazon Milk Frog
    16. Emperor Salamander, Asian Yellow-spotted Climbing Toad
    17. Cane Toad
    18. Slimy Salamander, Four-toed Salamander, Seepage Salamander, Ococee Salamander
    19. Eastern Hellbender
    20. African Bullfrog
    21. Surinam Horned Toad
    22. Japanese Giant Salamander
    23. Bullfrog
    24. Green-and-black Poison Dart Frog, Strawberry Poison Dart Frog
    25. Tiger Salamander
    26. African Clawed Frog
     
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  2. snowleopard

    snowleopard Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    A supreme effort! Thanks for posting the list and the species count at the world-class Shedd Aquarium has always been consistently high. What is your favourite part of the facility?
     
  3. jayjds2

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    That must have taken quite some time! This is the one major aquarium in America that I haven't visited yet, and I hope to be able to soon. Do you have any idea where the Japanese Giant Salamander came from?
     
  4. Moebelle

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    Without question it can't be argued that cetaceans are the fan favorite for a majority of guests that visit aquariums that display them, including me. In 4 visits I spent a combined total of 7 hours just watching the belugas and lags above and below. However, I was always overwhelmed with the high rating diversity throughout the Wild Reef including the Crown of Thorns, a schooling fish tank of 60 species, a stingray exhibit you can walk on, and lastly the incredibly rare Green Sawfish. Lastly, if I were to have a favorite exhibit based on structure creativity, then Amazon Rising caught my eye. I love the fact that it was designed to make every exhibit, both with shared land and full water habitats, appear to be one large enclosure along three walls as if you're in the water yourself and viewing the animals at ground level.

    And coming up with this list wasn't easy. As you should probably know, about 50% of exhibit signage is displayed digitally on an iPad and not every species is listed with one look. I had to scroll through and quickly take pictures (I took about 350) of every animal listed while obviously constantly keeping a few impatient people busy.
     
  5. carlos55

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    The canis familiaris that appears in the oceanarium show is not listed.
     
  6. Moebelle

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    That's because there was no dog part of the aquatic show. The one we attended, the last one of the day, didn't even have the belugas part of the show.
     
  7. temp

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    Very impressive work and for one of my favorite aquariums! I'm a bit puzzled about two entries in Amazon Rising: Sailfin Surgeonfish (in Dry Forest) and Sailfin Surgeon Catfish (in Fish Hobby Tank). Did a typo sneak in? Perhaps Sailfin Catfish, Pterygoplichthys gibbiceps? If no typos, did you get a scientific name? (sailfin surgeonfish is the name of a marine fish that wouldn't survive in freshwater.)

    Regardless, excellent work with the list.
     
  8. geomorph

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    Thank you for this excellent effort and well-organized presentation!
     
  9. Tim Brown

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    A supreme effort..well done! Now, the last International Zoo Yearbook lists 1433 species(2014) for the Shedd putting it in second place as the most diverse zoological facility on the planet(Zoo Berlin is top with 1504).I dont know how many taxa are on this list(and cant be bothered counting)..could you tell me please?