Animal updates: Visibility of giraffes, zebras, and ostriches may be limited as our new bontebok acclimates.

Search
Generic filters
Exact matches only
clock
Today
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
LAST ADMISSION 04:30 pm

Radiated Tortoise

Radiated tortoises are only native to the island of Madagascar but have been introduced to two other small islands to...
Read More

Blue-throated Macaw

Blue-throated macaws are often called barba azul in Spanish, meaning “blue beard,” because of the bright blue coloration covering their...
Read More

African Slender-snouted Crocodile

The African slender-snouted crocodile is a medium-sized crocodilian and uses its slender snout for catching fish and other relatively small...
Read More

Guatemalan Beaded Lizard

The Guatemalan beaded lizard lives only in an isolated pocket of desert in eastern Guatemala. Discovered by scientists in the...
Read More

Sumatran Tiger

Sumatran tigers are the smallest of the tigers. Unfortunately, all subspecies of tiger are endangered (and three already are extinct)...
Read More

Western Lowland Gorilla

Zoo Atlanta is currently home to one of the largest populations of gorillas in North America. Western lowland gorillas live...
Read More

Bali Mynah

The Bali mynah’s status as a symbol of wealth and popularity within the pet trade have dramatically reduced wild populations...
Read More

Black-and-white-ruffed Lemur

Black-and-white-ruffed lemurs are the largest of the lemurs, all of which are found only on the island of Madagascar. They...
Read More

Bornean Orangutan

The word “orangutan” comes from “Orang Hutan,” meaning “Person of the Forest.” They are unique among the great apes in...
Read More

Sumatran Orangutan

The word “orangutan” comes from “Orang Hutan,” meaning “Person of the Forest.” They are unique among the great apes in...
Read More

Connect With Your Wild Side #onlyzooatl