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Grooming each other atop a maze of branches in our Asian jungle, the ebony langurs defy expectations. Though most of this species is colored black, many of ours are orange, echoing a group on an island in Indonesia.
There are about 97 lemur species native to the island of Madagascar, among them Coquerel’s Sifaka. Ours are often active, using their strong hind legs to leap from limb to limb and rock to vine.
Tiger Mountain is full of things for our big cats—and visitors—to explore. Get nose-to-nose with our stars in stripes and discover how we protect tigers through our work here at the zoo and in the wild.
Our brown bears are a fan favorite. It’s easy to understand why, when we watch them splash around in the shallow water. In the wild, some of these bears grew too comfortable around people or were orphaned, so we brought them to the zoo as rescues.
Aquatic Bird House & Sea Bird Aviary
Birds of Prey
Carter Giraffe Building
Congo Gorilla Forest
Sea Lion Pool
Wild Asia Monorail
World of Birds
World of Reptiles
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