Our Animals

WE CARE FOR ANIMALS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

Mogo Wildlife Park is dedicated to fostering a deep connection between the Mogo animal family and visitors, instilling a passion for conservation and wildlife protection. Mogo Wildlife Park stands as a testament to the intertwining of education, and environmental stewardship. Meet some of the stunning species which call our 70 acres of paradise home. Australian Wildlife Parks cares for over 3000 across its iconic parks - Mogo Wildlife Park, Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park and Hunter Valley Wildlife Park. Here's some of the species that you'll meet when you visit us at Mogo Wildlife Park (Some individuals live at our sister parks, so why not become an Ultimate Explorer to discover them all!)

Click on the animal image to learn more about these fascinating creatures, or head into our Wildlife Park and Get Close to the animals first hand.

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SILVERY GIBBON

Hylobates Moloch

Silvery Gibbons are a seriously endangered species , Mogo Zoo is proud to be involved in a Breeding Program which has managed to produce offspring

Status: Critically Endangered

RING-TAILED LEMUR

Lemur catta

Ring Tiled Lemurs 'sun worship' which means they face their tummies to the sun and stretch their arms out wide to warm themselves up.

Status: Endangered

White Rhino

Ceratotherium simum simum

White Rhinos are the most social and largest of the 5 Rhino sub-species. Rhinos live an average of 50 years in captivity

Status: Endangered

Meerkats

Suricata suricatta

Meerkats have a complex social structure where each meerkat has a role to play within the mob.

Status: Least Concern

PLAINS ZEBRA

Equus burchellii

Zebras are a highly social species, living in complex social systems. See zebra herds in NSW at Mogo Wildlife Park and Hunter Valley Wildlife Park

Status: Least Concern

Red Panda

Ailurus fulgens

Red Pandas are predominantly nocturnal or crepuscular animals. They live in trees, making them arboreal.

Status: Endangered

Spotted Hyena

Crocuta crocuta

The Spotted Hyena has a spotted coat and is the largest of the four hyena species

Status: Vulnerable

Lion

Panthera leo

Lions can run at about 55km/h but their prey average around 80km/h, they must get as close as possible to their dinner without being seen

Status: Endangered

WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA

Gorilla gorilla

Gorillas are the largest of the primate family and the closest to Homo Sapiens, sharing 98% of our DNA structure. They live in family groups and are very sociable animals.

Status: Endangered

TIGER (SUMATRAN TIGER)

Panthera tigris sumatrae

You'll find Tigers living in a wide variety of habitats; tropical lowland evergreen forest, mountain forest, woodlands, tall grass jungle to dry thorn forest. Tigers cope with a broad range of climatic variation but prefer to hunt in dense vegetation.

Status: Critically Endangered

Binturong

Arcticitis Benturong

Binturongs, with their prehensile tails, dark fur, and mysterious demeanor, appear almost mythical, evoking a sense of enchantment and intrigue.

Status: Vulnerable

SIAMANG GIBBON

Symphalangus syndactylus

Siamang Gibbons are territorial and actively defend their home ranges, with territories overlapping with other primate species.

Status: Endangered

Cheetah

Acinonyx jubatus

This large and slender cheetah is distributed across more than 25 African countries, boasting a population of around 12,000.

Status: Vulnerable

OUR ANIMALS ALWAYS COME FIRST

These are some Animals in our care, arranged by conservation and endangerment status:

Critically ENDANGERED

Cotton-Top Tamarin

SILVERY GIBBON

TIGER (SUMATRAN TIGER)

Endangered

SIAMANG GIBBON

RING-TAILED LEMUR

White Rhino

Lion

Vulnerable

Cheetah

Spotted Hyena

Binturong

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