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  1. Azamat Shackleford

    Azamat Shackleford Well-Known Member

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    Figured I'd make a list, please contribute if possible. Also, does anyone know if I can find a full list? (Not in any particular order, and also an WIP) Also, anyone know how I can put topics to the zoo being discussed?

    (*)= assumed off-exhibit
    *= known off-exhibit
    Africa!:
    -Masai giraffe
    -Plains zebra
    -Ankole-Watusi cattle
    -Greater kudu
    -Nile lechwe
    -Impala
    -Common wildebeest
    -Somali ostrich
    -African white-backed vulture
    -Cheetah
    -Helmeted guineafowl
    -Addra gazelle*
    -Common warthog*

    Arctic Encounter:
    -Polar bear
    -Arctic wolf
    -Harbor seal
    -Grey seal

    Rescue Roost:
    -Bald eagle

    Tiger Terrace:
    -Snow leopard
    -Amur tiger
    -Sloth bear
    -Dalmatian pelican
    -Maned wolf

    Flamingo Key:
    -American flamingo
    -Hooded merganser
    -Ruddy duck
    -Bar-headed goose
    -Canvasback
    -Wood duck
    -Northern shoveler
    -Mandarin duck
    -White-breasted cormorant
    -Baer's pochard
    -Falcated duck
    -Scaly-sided merganser
    -Marbled teal
    -American white-winged scoter
    -Roseate spoonbill


    Aviary/Cassowary Crossing:
    -Tawny frogmouth
    -Green junglefowl
    -Sunbittern
    -Lowland Paca
    -Linnaeus's two-toed sloth
    -Bornean crested fireback pheasant
    -Pink-necked fruit dove
    -Spur-winged lapwing
    -Magnificent ground pigeon
    -Blue-bellied roller
    -Bourke's parrot
    -Bearded barbet
    -Croaking ground dove
    -Red-crested finch
    -Turquoise tanager
    -Spangled cotinga
    -Blue ground dove
    -Red-legged honeycreeper
    -Double-striped thick-knee
    -Silver-beaked tanager
    -Snowy owl
    -Rhinoceros hornbill
    -Bali mynah
    -Red-breasted goose
    -Demoiselle crane
    -Southern cassowary
    -Owl finch
    -Gouldian finch
    -Victoria crested pigeon
    -Ring-necked teal
    -Andean cock-of-the-rock
    -Cuban amazon
    -Red-crested cardinal
    -Egyptian plover
    -Sudan golden sparrow
    -Pin-tailed whydah
    -Snowy-crowned robin chat
    -White-headed buffalo weaver
    -Violet-backed starling
    -Crested coua
    -Black crake
    -Madagascar buttonquail
    -Long-tailed finch
    -Masked finch
    -Blue-crowned hanging parrot
    -African pygmy goose
    -Cutthroat finch
    -Magpie mannikin
    -Emerald starling
    -Luzon bleeding-heart
    -Lesser bird-of-paradise
    -Kagu
    -Scarlet-chested parakeet
    -Blue-faced parrotfinch
    -White-throated ground dove
    -Elegant-crested tinamou
    -White-cheeked turaco
    -Pheasant pigeon
    -Masked lapwing
    -Blue-faced honeyeater
    -Yellow-backed chattering lory
    -Red-throated parrot finch
    -Beautiful fruit dove
    -Chestnut-breasted mannikin
    -Plum-headed finch
    -Star finch
    -African yellow-vented bulbul
    -Magpie-robin
    -Mangrove kingfisher
    -Golden-backed woodpecker
    -Black-winged starling
    -Red-billed leiothrix
    -Palawan peacock pheasant
    -Mindanao lorikeet
    -Golden white-eye

    Primate Forest:

    -Mantled guereza
    -Red panda
    -Ring-tailed lemur
    -Allen's swamp monkey
    -Francois langur
    -Northern white-cheeked gibbon
    -Mongoose lemur

    Pheasantry:
    -Laughing kookaburra
    -Spectacled owl
    -Australian magpie
    -Reeves's pheasant
    -Red-legged seriema
    -Cabot's tragopan
    -White-crested laughingthrush
    -Northern bobwhite
    -Taiwan blue magpie
    -Himalayan monal
    -Chestnut-breasted malkoha
    -Western capercaillie

    Great Apes:

    -Bornean orangutan
    -Western lowland gorilla

    Aviaries adjacent to off-display Avian breeding center:

    -Saddle-billed stork
    -Waldrapp ibis
    -Scarlet ibis
    -Kenya crested guineafowl
    -Eurasian white stork
    -Cinereous vulture
    -Brown kiwi*
    -Mariana fruit dove*
    -Golden white-eye*

    Galapagos Gardens:

    -Galapagos giant tortoise

    Keet Retreat:

    -Budgerigar

    Tembo Trail:
    -African bush elephant
    -Southern white rhinoceros
    -Meerkat
    -Common hippopotamus
    -Slender-snouted crocodile(*)
    -Tasmanian devil
    -Spotted-neck otter
    -Grizzly bear
    -Kodiak bear
    -Domestic yak
    -Bactrian camel
    -Naked mole rat

    Reptile House:
    -Green anaconda
    -Reticulated python
    -Eastern garter snake
    -Aruban whiptail
    -Aruba Island rattlesnake
    -Sidewinder rattlesnake
    -Timber rattlesnake
    -Black rat snake
    -San Esteban Island chuckwalla
    -Black tree monitor
    -Gila monster
    -Eastern massasauga
    -Emerald swift
    -King cobra
    -Saltwater crocodile
    -Chinese alligator
    -Green tree python
    -Galapagos giant tortoise (juveniles)
    -Tuatara
    -Asian vine snake
    -Ornate flying snake
    -Allison's anole
    -Emerald tree boa
    -Black-breasted leaf turtle
    -West African gaboon viper
    -Dumeril's boa
    -Desert grassland whiptail lizard
    -Argentine black and white tegu
    -Solomon Islands prehensile skink
    -Mexican beaded lizard
    -Puerto Rican crested toad
    -Eastern fox snake
    -Mottled rock rattlesnake
    -Dyeing dart frog
    -Picado's jumping pit-viper
    -Common collared lizard
    -Corn snake
    -Southern copperhead
    -Eastern green mamba
    -Rainbow agama
    -Roti Island snake-necked turtle
    -Eastern diamondback rattlesnake
    -Common death adder
    -Stinkpot turtle
    -Coastal taipan
    -Tentacled snake
    -Plumed basilisk
    -Panther chameleon
    -Eyelash viper
    -Crocodile skink
    -Taylor's cantil
    -Leaf-tailed gecko (please clarify species)
    -Northern pine snake
    -Golfodulcean poison frog
    -Sudan uromastyx (*)
    -Sheltopusik (*)
    -Bismarck ringed python (*)
    -Shield-nosed cobra (*)
    -Bushmaster (*)
    -Angolan python(*)
    Outdoors:
    -Burmese brown tortoise
    -Spotted turtle
    -Blanding's turtle
    -Midland painted turtle

    Raptor Barn:
    -Black vulture
    -Red-tailed hawk
    -Barred owl
    -Harris hawk
    -Rough-legged hawk
    -Eastern screech owl (*)

    Nature's Neighborhood (excluding program animals):
    -Lowland paca
    -Southern tamandua
    -African pygmy goat
    -Guinea pig
    -Cockatiel
    -Common vampire bat
    -Leafcutter ant
    -Western honeybee
    -Virginia opossum
    -Military macaw
    -Corn snake
    -Domestic cat*
    -American robin*
    -Tufted titmouse*
    -Eastern bluebird*
    -Northern cardinal*
    -Bohemian waxwing*

    Aquarium/Penguin Beach:
    -Blacktip reef shark
    -Bonnethead shark
    -Green sea turtle
    -Giant pacific octopus
    -Moon jelly
    -Electric eel
    -Giant gourami
    -Australian lungfish
    -Asian arowana
    -Arapaima
    -Black pacu
    -Severum
    -Red rainbowfish
    -Flashlight fish
    -Japanese codling (Cannot find much information about this very bizarre but interesting fish)
    -Copperbanded butterflyfish
    -Ocellated clownfish
    -Blue tang
    -Porkfish
    -Naso tang
    -Yellow-spotted river turtle
    -Giant isopod
    -Peacock bass (clarify species please)
    -Yellow tang
    -Cownose ray
    -Orangeshoulder tang
    -Japanese spider crab
    -Emperor angelfish
    -Southern stingray
    -Epaulette shark
    -Clown triggerfish
    -Alligator gar
    -Lookdown
    -Bluehead wrasse
    -Zebra shark
    -Japanese starfish
    -Red-tailed catfish
    -Leopard shark
    -Spotted garden eel
    -Blue striped grunt
    -Wolf eel
    -Alligator snapping turtle
    -Perrieri cichlid
    -Piceatus cichlid
    -Two-stripe cichlid
    -Goldfish
    -Grass carp
    -Channel catfish
    -Walleye
    -Blackstripe topminnow
    -Creek chub
    -Greenside darter
    -Johnny darter
    -Koi
    -Green moray eel
    -Tarpon
    -Peacock mantis shrimp
    -Mono
    -Atlantic horseshoe crab
    -Barred flagtail
    -Batfish
    -Chain dogfish
    -Snipefish
    -Grey mullet
    -Flame angelfish
    -Convict tang
    -Giant green anemone
    -Polka-dot stingray
    -Longnose gar
    -Japanese sea nettle
    -Lake sturgeon
    -African penguin
    -White-breasted cormorant

    The Valley:
    -European reindeer

    Museum of Science (Amphibians, Various inverts):
    -Hellbender
    -Fowler's toad
    -American toad
    -American bullfrog
    -Eastern grey tree frog
    -Wyoming toad
    -Kihansi spray toad
    -Aquatic caecilian
    -Slimy salamander
    -Kaiser's spotted newt
    -Japanese giant salamander
    -Red-eyed leaf frog
    -Waxy monkey tree frog
    -Tiger-legged tree frog
    -Golden poison frog
    -Dyeing dart frog
    -Mudpuppy
    -Panamanian golden frog
    -Chinese flying frog
    -Northern spring peeper
    -Tomato frog (forgot which species)
    -Brown recluse (forgot which species)
    -Louisiana crayfish
    -Mexican red-kneed tarantula
    -Madagascar hissing cockroach
    -Iron clad beetle
    -Madagascar orb weaver
    -Northern black widow
    -Desert dung beetle
    -Giant desert centipede
    -Goliath birdeating tarantula
    -Cellar spider (Pholcus sp.)
    -Wolf spider (Lycosa sp.)
    -Domino roach
    -Brazilian giant cockroach
    -Taxi-cab/Sun beetle
    -White-eyed assassin bug


    Program Animals (Off-display):
    -Virginia opossum
    -Miniature pig
    -Domestic dog
    -Ball python
    -Leopard gecko
    -African bullfrog
    -Central bearded dragon
    -Barn owl
    -Patagonian mara
    -Blue-and-yellow macaw
    -Umbrella cockatoo
    -Carpet python
    -Kenyan sand boa
    -Australian magpie
    -Domestic chicken
    -Red junglefowl
    -Galah
    -Blue-throated macaw
    -African grey parrot
    -American alligator
    -Guinea pig
    -Dingo
    -Eurasian eagle owl
    -Red-necked wallaby
    -Long-tailed chinchilla
    -Green-winged macaw
    -Laughing kookaburra
    -Striped skunk
    -Golden pheasant
    -Silvery-cheeked hornbill
    -Burmese python
    -Boa constrictor
    -Corn snake
    -Kinkajou
    -Sugar glider
    -Woma python
    -Greater hedgehog tenrec
    -Mexican dwarf hairy porcupine
    -Red-footed tortoise
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  2. GraysonDP

    GraysonDP Well-Known Member

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    Why are the warthogs off exhibit and whee they ever on exhibit? Also aren't lions coming to the zoo any day now?
     
  3. Azamat Shackleford

    Azamat Shackleford Well-Known Member

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    The warthogs arrived recently (around September AFAIK) and are scheduled to be on-exhibit about any time now out of quarantine. As for lions, I've heard they want to bring a few in but as of right now I'm not so sure. When the last white lion passed away the grizzlies/kodiak were settled into the exhibit.
     
  4. GraysonDP

    GraysonDP Well-Known Member

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    I heard recently two lions had already been scheduled to come by the SSP to arrive soon.
     
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  5. Azamat Shackleford

    Azamat Shackleford Well-Known Member

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    Interesting. I'm not sure where they'd put them, though they could put them in The Valley to replace the reindeer (though honestly they probably won't use a lot of space, deeming it a waste of space), unless they're moving the bears somewhere else to a spot I'm not aware of.
     
  6. Moebelle

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    I believe I've said this elsewhere but you basically crossed off a job I gave to myself to accomplish during the summer: to get a full species lists in Toledo. I was going to last February but the Aquarium, their most vital exhibit IMO, was closed.
     
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  7. Azamat Shackleford

    Azamat Shackleford Well-Known Member

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    Glad to help. It's not 100% complete but I'm filling as much gaps as I can
     
  8. TigerValley98

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    Keet Retreat will not reopen this year the zoo has told me. The Aviary list may change after the renovations. They are being so secretive, something marketable might be added. Museum exhibits may change because it is closed for renovations and not a lot is known about the natural history museum replacement. The zoo two is getting two young male lions according to the new African lion breeding and transfer plan. If there are any 2017 plans, they are unknown and they are not talking. I have tried.
     
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  9. Miss Gulch

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    I visited on October 4, 2016, and I saw warthogs in the Africa exhibit.
     
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  10. sooty mangabey

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    I am interested in the “Flashlight Fish” that are displayed in the aquarium. Can anyone be more specific about what species they are? Any information very gratefully received!
     
  11. blospz

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    Sloth bear should be replaced with Andean bear.
     
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    Why??????????
     
  13. sooty mangabey

    sooty mangabey Well-Known Member

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    This is a problem of translation! In this context, “should be” means “needs to be, as this is what has happened” - I believe Toledo’s Sloth Bear is at Cleveland now, and, instead, a Spectacled Bear is on display (with the least spectacle-looking face markings I’ve ever seen!).
     
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  14. TigerValley98

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    Sloth bear Kara moved to Omaha. Toledo now has Andean bear Nieve from Wheeling.
     
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  15. Chlidonias

    Chlidonias Moderator Staff Member

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    What does "WIP" stand for in the title?
     
  16. Andrew_NZP

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    I think it means "work in progress".
     
  17. Kakapo

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    Ahhh, in this context I understand much better! It means about be replaced in the list, not in the zoo itself :D
     
  18. LesulaMonkey

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    How old is Nieve?
     
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    30 years old.
     
  20. ThylacineAlive

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    I highly doubt Toledo keeps Somali Ostrich or Taiwan Blue Magpie.

    ~Thylo