The animals living in the Discovery section include:

Emu

Emu

Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae) live in Australia. This species’ population is of least concern.

Red-Necked Wallaby

Red-Necked Wallaby

Red-Necked wallabies (Macropus rufogriseus) live in Australia. This species’ population is of least concern.

Reticulated Python

Reticulated Python

Reticulated pythons (Malayopython reticulatus) live in southeast Asia. This species’ population is stable.

North American River Otter

North American River Otter

North American Rive otters (Lutra canadensis) live in North America. This species’ population is of least concern.

Tarpan Horse

Tarpan Horse

Tarpan horses (Equus ferus ferus) live in Southern France and Spain, and eastward to central Russia. This species’ population is rare.

OTHER ANIMALS LIVING IN THE DISCOVERY SECTION

OTHER ANIMALS LIVING IN THE DISCOVERY SECTION

African Pygmy Goat, African Soft Furred Rat (Multimammate Mouse), Ball Python, Bearded Dragon, Blanding’s Turtle, Box Turtle, Budgie, Caribbean Flamingo, Chilean Rose Tarantula, Common Marmoset, Corn Snake, Domestic Mouse, Domestic Rat, Dutch Bantam Chicken, Dwarf Caiman, Emperor Scorpion, Goldfish, Guinea Pig, Hermit Crab, Madagascar Hissing Cockroach, Mali Uromastyx, Meerkat, Sicilian Donkey, Silkie Chicken, Sudan Plated Lizard, Sulcata Tortoise, Vietnamese Pot-Bellied Pig, and Walking Stick Bug