Call of the wild

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Mammals

 

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Chirp, Tweet, Snort, Snog, Baaa, Hiss, Bray, Squawk, Bark and all other sorts of voices will join you when you invite a Woodland Park Zoo ambassador animal to your virtual meeting, gathering or happy hour.



Raccoon


Lucy is a curious raccoon. She loves to explore her environment and learn new skills. She enjoys almost any food reward, especially banana chips, raw chicken, grapes and peanut butter.



Arctic Fox


Hudson is a clever, playful fox. He was born in 2016 at Great Bend Zoo and Raptor Center. He loves heavy-duty squeaky toys and working with his keepers—especially when they have snacks!

Arctic foxes are only white in the winter. Hudson is quickly shedding his perfect white coat and slimming down into a more svelt grayish fox.



Striped Skunk


Who knew that skunks could be so charming? Born in 2015 at Purdue University, Harry has lived at Woodland Park Zoo since 2017. He is calm and mellow, and loves eating veggies and bugs.



Pot-Bellied Pig


Annabelle and Bailey have real star power! These playful pig sisters were born at a local farm in 2015. They love snacking on fresh veggies and getting belly scratches.



North American Porcupine


Skyáana is gentle and confident. She is determined to do exactly what she wants to do when she wants to do it. She’s a natural climber and will gladly show off her skills for some yam, corn or piece of fruit.



Goats


We have 13 goats in our herd! Jax is a pygmy goat with a compact build. Adam and Sparky are Nubian goats with floppy ears. The rest are kinder goats, a cross between the Nubian and pygmy breeds. They are all quite curious and social.



Lowland Anoa


Anoas are an endangered relative of water buffalos. Priscilla is one of the oldest anoas living in a zoo! She enjoys getting joint massages and eating fresh plant clippings. (Leafy rose branches are her favorite.)



Donkey


Rico the donkey has gray fur and Sam the donkey is white and brown. Donkeys are one of the smaller members of the horse family. They are intelligent, playful and quick to learn.



Steer


Don’t call them cows! Rufous (with reddish brown fur) and Remy (with black fur) are both male steers. They are gentle and curious, and enjoy getting head-rubs and snacks.



Bunnies


Winston the rabbit has tortoise-shell fur, with lovely dapples of orangey-brown and black. Keaton, with the gray fur, is our Flemish giant rabbit. His breed is one of the largest in the world—males can weigh 15 to 20 pounds!



Three-Banded Armadillo


Eduardo is small but has a big personality! His large front claws are adapted for digging up bugs. He loves working with his keepers to get tasty mealworm rewards.



Nine-Banded Armadillo


Amarillo can move fast when he wants to, but he usually takes his time. (He gets distracted by his amazing sense of smell.) Although he’s small, Amarillo is capable of jumping 2 to 3 feet in the air!



Peruvian Guinea Pig


Guinea pigs are very social and tend to live in small, bonded groups. In our little herd, Pumpkin is the leader. Cider is usually the shyest pig. Camila is the oldest and is easily recognized by her long, beautiful hair.



Virginia Opossum


These young opossums, Clyde and Blossom, are proof that opposites attract. Clyde is laid back and easy going while Blossom is intelligent and keeps her keepers on their toes!



Sheep


Sophia and Loren are very polite girls with rather reserved temperaments. Like many of us, fitness is important to Sophia and Loren; these girls wear FitBarks to keep track of their steps every day! We're sure you'll love these ladies.

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