Exhibits at the Mill Mountain Zoo include a Red Wolf exhibit, a Eurasian Black Vulture exhibit, a Black-Tufted Marmoset exhibit, a Canadian Lynx exhibit, an interactive aviary and a reptile house. There is also an animal clinic, which is not accessible to the public, and a new holding/quarantine building for new animals and aviary birds during the winter. A Hoof Stock Yard is home to pygmy goats, pot-bellied pigs, and dwarf zebu.
Other animals that call the Zoo home include tufted deer, Patagonian cavy, cougar, red wolves, Eurasian lynx, Oriental small-clawed otters, Burmese mountain tortoises and Burmese pythons, and Japanese macaques. Other animals include golden pheasant/blue-billed magpie, Eastern screech owls, black hornbills, Indian crested porcupines, black-tufted marmosets, fishing cats, and various other birds and reptiles.
Notable attractions at the Zoo include Oops, a Japanese macaque monkey who is famous for escaping her cage in 2006 and Zoo Choo, a gas-powered Model G-16 little train engine, two passenger cars, and an observation car, which operated continuously at the Zoo from 1994 until 2007. Photo: Mill Mountain Zoo
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