Meet the Animals

Species List

While many of our animal residents are native to Africa, the wildlife park is home to hundreds of individual mammals, birds, and reptiles native to many continents and countries around the world, such as Africa, Asia, North and South America, and others.

Representing the rich diversity of the animal planet; predators, herbivores, and omnivores at Out of Africa not only display the rhythms of Africa but beautifully manifest the colors of the animal world.

Here you’ll find a current, full species list of our mammals, birds, and reptiles. Our lists include both the common and scientific (Latin) names for all our residents. Check back often for any new additions to the Out of Africa Wildlife Park family.

Out of Africa Wildlife Park Full Species List:

MAMMALS

(Common Name) Scientific (Latin) Name

  • Addax** Addax nasomaculatus
  • Aoudad (Barbary Sheep)* Ammotragus lervia

    “EZEKIEL” INDO-CHINESE TIGER

  • Black Bear, American Ursus americanus
  • Camel, Arabian or Dromedary Camelus dromedarius
  • Capybara Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris
  • Coatimundi (Coati) Nasua nasua
  • Deer, Fallow Dama dama
  • Eland, Common or Southern* Taurotragus oryx
  • Emu Dromaius novaehollandiae
  • Flemish Giant Rabbit Oryctolagus cuniculus
  • Gemsbok* Oryx gazella
  • Giraffe, Reticulated* Giraffa amelopardalis reticulata
  • Grizzly Bear (North American Brown Bear) Ursus arctos horribilis
  • Hyena, Spotted Crocuta crocuta
  • Ibex Capra Ibex
  • Javelina (Peccary) Pecari tajacu
  • Lemur, Ring-tailed* Lemur Cata
  • Lion, African** Panthera leo
  • Lion, Barbary*** Panthera leo leo
  • Marmoset (Common) Callithrix jacchus
  • Nilgai Boselaphus tragocamelus
  • Ostrich Struthio camelus
  • Patagonian Cavy (Mara) Dolichotis patagonum
  • Porcupine, African-crested Hystrix cristata
  • Porcupine, Prehensile-tailed Coendou bicolor
  • Prairie Dog Cynomes ludovicianus
  • “KALAHARI” AFRICAN SERVAL

  • Rhinoceros, Southern White Ceratotherium Simum
  • Sable Antelope Hippotragus niger
  • Serval Leptailurus serval
  • Sloth, Two-toed Choloepus didactylus
  • Tiger, Bengal (White)* Panthera tigris
  • Tiger, Bengal Panthera tigris tigris
  • Tiger, Indochinese** Panthera tigris corbetti
  • Tiger, Siberian (Amur)** Panthera tigris altaica
  • Water Buffalo Bubalus bubalis
  • Watusi (Ankole Cattle) Box Taurus
  • Wildebeest Connochaetes
  • Wolf, Gray Canis lupis
  • Zebra, Burchell’s Equus quagga burchellii
  • Zebra, Grant’s Equus boehmi

BIRDS

(Common Name) Scientific Name

  • Cockatoo, Maluccan* Cacatua moluccensis
  • Cockatoo, Sulfur-crested Cacatua sulphurea
  • Crane, Demoiselle Anthropoides virgo
  • Dove, Ring-necked Streptopelia capicola
  • Emu Dromaius novaehollandiae
  • “ALEXIS” BLUE & GOLD MACAW

  • Guinea Fowl, Helmeted Numida meleagris
  • Lovebirds, Peach-faced Agapornis reseicollis
  • Macaw, Blue-and-Gold (Yellow) Ara ararauna
  • Macaw, Military* Ara militaris
  • Macaw, Scarlet Ara macao
  • Nanday Conure Nandayus nenday
  • Ostrich Struthio camelus
  • Parakeet, Alexandrine Psittacula eupatria
  • Parrot, Congo African Grey* Psittacus erithacus
  • Turaco, White-cheeked Tauraco leucolis
  • Turaco, Red-crested Tauraco erythrolophus

REPTILES

(Common Name) Scientific Name

  • Anaconda, Green Eunectes murinus
  • Anaconda, Yellow Eunectes notaeus
  • Anaconda, Green & Yellow Hybrid Eunectes murinus
  • Bearded Dragon Pogona vitticeps
  • Bearded Dragon, Orange Morph Pogona vitticeps
  • Bearded Dragon, Silk Back Pogona vitticeps
  • Beauty Rat Snake Orthriophis taeniurus 
  • Boa, Brazilian rainbow Epicrates cenchria
  • Boa, Red-tailed Boa constrictor
  • Boa, Red-tailed Columbian Sunglow Morph Boa constrictor

    GREEN TREE PYTHON

  • Boa, Red-tailed Columbian Sunglow Morph Boa constrictor
  • Boa, Sunglow Morph Colombian Red-tailed B.c. constrictor
  • California Kingsnake Lampropeltis getula californiae
  • Chameleon, Meller’s Trioceros melleri
  • Chuckwalla, Sonoran Desert Sauromalus ater
  • Cobra, Black Forest Naja melanoleuca
  • Cobra, Egyptian-banded Naja haje
  • Gila Monster Heloderma suspectum
  • Iguana, Green (Blue Phase) Iguana iguana
  • Iguana, Green (Orange Phase) Iguana iguana
  • Iguana, Rhinoceros* Cyclura cormuta
  • Monitor, Asian Water Varanus salvator
  • Monitor, Crocodile Varanus salvadorii
  • Painted Agama Agama hispida
  • Python, Albino Reticulated Python reticulatus
  • Python, Amethystine Morelia amethystina
  • Python, Blood Python brongersmai
  • Python, Green Tree Morelia viridis
  • Python, Reticulated Lavendar Phase Python brongersmai
  • Python, Reticulated Tiger Morph Python brongersmai
  • Python, Reticulated Python reticulatus
  • Spectacled Caiman Caiman crocodilus
  • Tegu, Black and White Tupinambis merianae
  • Tegu, Red Tupinambis rufescens
  • Tortoise, African leopard Stigmochelys pardalis  
  • Tortoise, Sonoran Desert* Gopherus agassizii
  • Tortoise, Sulcata or African-spurred* Geochelone sulcata

* Extinct in the Wild

**Threatened

***Near Threatened.

Some of the animals that live at Out of Africa Wildlife Park are considered to be threatened species. Additionally, we have animals that are considered to be near threatened, which means that they are in danger of being placed in the category of threatened in the future. Out of Africa Wildlife Park works in partnership with our global community to help conserve these animals for our planet. As a friend of Out of Africa Wildlife Park, there are many ways that you can Get Involved in this effort.

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