This species list is current as of December 21, 2018. The Dallas World Aquarium has an ever-changing rotation of unique animals on exhibit. A species list was posted by @d1am0ndback but much has changed since then. I hope this thread will be used to keep a current list of species at the aquarium, and with the entire aquarium in one post, will be easier to update and maintain in the future. I unfortunately was not feeling too great on the day of my visit, and as such, I did not spend as much time in the aquarium as I normally would. Because of this, I did not record fish species for the most part, and those sections of my list have either been borrowed from the previous species list, or from the (admittedly outdated) website or guidebook. A few of the exhibits (especially in Borneo or the herps in Mundo Maya) may be out of order. I have corrected all of these issues to the best of my ability. Exhibits are by both major exhibit area and minor theme; bolded titles refer to the aquarium's five major exhibits (Borneo, Orinoco, Aquarium, South Africa, and Mundo Maya) and underlined portions refer to minor themes. For example, Toucan Terrace is composed of 6 individual exhibits so these exhibits are clumped together, with the first indicating this sub-exhibit, and spaced apart from the adjacent River and Flooded Forest exhibits. Borneo 1. Green-naped pheasant pigeon, Red-tailed black cockatoo 2. Lesser bird-of-paradise, Wompoo fruit dove 3. Rhinoceros hornbill, Argus pheasant 4. Great Indian hornbill, Victorian crowned pigeon 5. Luzon bleeding heart, Bali mynah, Jambu fruit dove, Pesquet’s parrot 6. Asian arowana, Australian lungfish 7. Giant red-finned gourami, black marsh turtle 8. Blyth’s hornbill, western crowned pigeon 9. Matschie's tree kangaroo 10. Palm cockatoo 11. Shoebill, African green pigeon, red-billed pintail, great blue turaco, Fischer’s turaco 12. Little blue penguin Orinoco 1. (Above stairs) Blue-throated macaw 2. Jungle Jewels: Guianan red cotinga, golden-headed manakin, red-capped manakin*, paradise tanager, blue-naped chlorophonia*, golden-collared manakin, northern swallow tanager, wattled jacana, scaled pigeon, little tinamou 3. Free flight: scarlet-headed blackbird, red-rumped cacique, yellow-rumped cacique, green oropendola, crested oropendola, Venezuelan troupial, crimson-backed tanager, silver-beaked tanager, lemon-rumped tanager, red-crested cardinal, scarlet ibis, roseate spoonbill, green aracari, chestnut-eared aracari, crimson-rumped toucanet, motmot**, Puerto Rican woodpecker, Chiriqui quail-dove 4. Jungle Junction: Toco toucan, pale-mandibled aracari, Panamanian boat-billed heron, yellow-crowned night heron, Montezuma oropendola, giant anteater 5. Trogon Heights: black-tailed trogon, green-backed trogon, golden-headed quetzal, fiery-billed aracari, motmot**, ruddy quail-dove, purplish-backed quail-dove, purple-throated fruitcrow 6. Monkey Island: White-faced saki monkey 7. Pied tamarin (off show currently) 8. Giant otter 9. View of River: southern pochard, black-bellied whistling duck, Orinoco goose, rosy-billed pochard, Chiloé wigeon, ringed teal, Antillean manatee, fish (described later) 10. Sloth Forest: Pygmy marmoset 11. Black-necked aracari 12. Brown-throated three-toed sloth 13. Black-throated aracari, black-throated toucanet 14. Howler Heights: Red howler monkey, northern helmeted curassow 15. (below the visitor) Orinoco crocodile, fish (described later) 16. Cotinga Corner: Scarlet cock-of-the-rock, Andean cock-of-the-rock, Guianan cock-of-the-rock, capuchinbird, long-wattled umbrellabird, nocturnal curassow, many-banded aracari 17. Lobo del Rio: Giant otter (same exhibit as previous) 18. The Cave: Amazon tree boa 19. Lizard Cove: Northern caiman lizard 20. Avian Trail: Plate-billed mountain toucan, fiery-billed aracari, blue-banded toucanet, wattled guan, golden lion tamarin 21. Emerald tree boa 22. Double yellow-headed amazon 23. River’s Edge: green anaconda, black spiny-tailed iguana, discus, neon tetras, assorted fish 24. Bats and Bugs: Cuvier’s dwarf caiman 25. Fire leg tarantula 26. Amazon poison dart frog 27. Goliath bird-eating tarantula 28. Vampire bat 29. Red-tailed boa 30. Crocodile Cove: Orinoco crocodile, black pacu, red-bellied piranha 31. Flooded Forest: Aquatic caecilian 32. Electric eel 33. Brazilian yellow-head locale of dyeing poison frog 34. Polkadot stingray, silver arowana, yellow-spotted Amazon River turtle, Llanos sideneck turtle 35. Toucan Terrace: Versicolored barbet, ruddy quail-dove 36. Razor-billed curassow, toco toucan 37. Bigtooth river stingray, mata mata 38. Wattled curassow, Hoffman’s two-toed sloth 39. Curl-crested aracari, elegant-crested tinamou 40. Golden-headed lion tamarin 41. The River: Budgett’s frog 42. Blue poison frog 43. Antillean manatee, red-tailed catfish, fork-snouted catfish, giant arapaima, spotted shovel-nose catfish, polka dot stingray, Arrau turtle Aquarium 44. Solomon Islands: Moon jelly 45. Flashlight fish, splitfin flashlight fish, racoon butterflyfish, mystery wrasse 46. Lord Howe Island: Wide-banded anemonefish, McCulloch's clownfish, comb wrasse, painted goldie, spectacled angelfish, bluestreak cleaner wrasse, green chromis 47. Southern Australia: Pot-bellied seahorse 48. Leafy sea dragon, weedy sea dragon, tasseled anglerfish 49. Fiji: Spotted dragonet 50. Cinnamon clownfish, lyretail anthias, pink skunk clownfish 51. New Guinea: Blue assessor, yellow assessor, copperband butterflyfish, lawnmower blenny, yellow candy hogfish, blue hippo tang, emperor angelfish, green-spotted dragonet, mandarin dragonet, six line wrasse, percula clownfish, marginalis butterflyfish 52. British Columbia: Giant pacific octopus, tiger rockfish 53. Blackeye goby, tube snout, China rockfish, grunt sculpin, sailfin, monkeyface prickleback 54. Sri Lanka: mitratus butterflyfish, weedy scorpionfish, Evan's anthias, Moorish idol, gem tang, powder blue tang, zebra angelfish 55. Japan: Japanese spider crab, spot prawn, longspine snipefish 56. Moorish idol, powder brown tang, blotchy anthias, wrought iron butterflyfish, Japanese angelfish, blue-lined angelfish, Japanese swallowtail angelfish, splendid garden eel, spotted garden eel 57. Indonesia: Orange skunk clownfish, bellus lyretail angelfish, Banggai cardinalfish, bar goby, black ocellaris clownfish, aiptasia-eating filefish, chocolate surgeonfish, many-banded pipefish, blue assessor, fathead anthias, Pacific blue-striped pipefish, six line wrasse 58. Pacific blue-striped pipefish, Janss' pipefish 59. Continental Shelf: Napoleon wrasse, blue-spotted stingray, threadfin snapper, dragon wrasse, harlequin tuskfish, clown triggerfish, red-toothed triggerfish, unicorn tang (apologies, as this one is a bit lacking) South Africa 60. Rock hyrax, eastern yellow-billed hornbill 61. African black-footed penguin 62. Madagascan giant day gecko, tomato frog 63. Klemmer's day gecko 64. Painted mantella 65. Blue-bellied roller 66. Madagascan big-headed turtle 67. Radiated tortoise Mundo Maya 68. River Delta: Brown basilisk 69. Arboreal alligator lizard 70. Hernandez’ helmeted basilisk 71. Flame leg tarantula 72. Yapok, jaguar cichlid, Jack Dempsey cichlid 73. Axolotl 74. Fishes of the Cenote: Blind cavefish 75. Los Petennes: Desert cottontail, burrowing owl 76. Eastern screech owl 77. Cenote: Spotted moray eel, red lionfish 78. Blacknose shark, sandbar shark, bonnethead shark, freshwater sawfish, goliath grouper, southern stingray, white-spotted guitarfish 79. Marine Creatures: Flame cardinalfish, Clarion angelfish, longspine urchin, pencil urchin, blue chromis, brown chromis, rock urchin, blue-spotted jawfish, black cap basslet, scrawled filefish 80. Grey angelfish, jewel damsel, blue angelfish, sergeant major damsel, reef butterflyfish, slippery dick, royal gramma, neon yellowhead wrasse, pencil urchin, beau gregory damsel, bluehead wrasse, blue tang, clown wrasse, Spanish hogfish, cherub angelfish, black durgon, blue chromis, brown chromis, harlequin bass 81. Lined seahorse 82. Urchin sp. 83. Lined seahorse 84. Serpent’s Den: Blue spiny lizard, Mexican leaf frog 85. Terciopelo 86. Eyelash viper 87. Mexican beaded lizard 88. Middle American rattlesnake 89. House of Zotz: barred owl 90. Seba’s short-tailed fruit bat 91. Red-eyed tree frog 92. Morelet’s crocodile 93. Plumed basilisk 94. Painted wood turtle 95. Nicaraguan slider 96. Free flight: Fulvous-crested tanager, red-legged honeycreeper, purple honeycreeper, Northern swallow tanager, yellow-green grosbeak, southern yellow grosbeak, spangled cotinga, blue dacnis, blue-necked tanager, burnished-buff tanager, motmot**, golden-headed manakin, Panamanian acorn woodpecker, Puerto Rican woodpecker, green-backed trogon, sparkling violetear, broad-billed hummingbird, rufous hummingbird, Anna’s hummingbird, Chiriqui quail-dove 97. Caribbean Creatures: Lesser devil ray, spotted eagle ray 98. (above the tank, against the wall) Guianan crested eagle 99. Birds of El Triunfo: Spectacled owl 100. Ornate hawk-eagle 101. Harpy eagle 102. Mayan Temple: Brazilian ocelot 103. American flamingo 104. Selva Maya: Spectacled owl, ocellated turkey, red-rumped agouti 105. Black hawk-eagle 106. Jabiru stork *I did not find these species on my visit and their presence is as-yet unconfirmed. **the species of motmot kept in US collections is at present unknown, and DWA in particular is tough to determine due to the unknown location from which some of their individuals were imported. Construction for the aquarium's newest exhibit has begun and is visible from Orinoco. No details have been released about what this exhibit will be.