Sichuan Takin

Sichuan Takin

Meet the Animals Sichuan Takin Two female and one male Sichuan Takin live at the Red River Zoo. Their exhibit is located along Takin Ridge behind the Carousel Pavilion. The Red River Zoo’s Sichuan Takin are a part of Species Survival Plan (SSP). Scientists and zoo...
Jacob Sheep

Jacob Sheep

Meet the Animals Jacob Sheep See our flock at the Children’s Zoo Farm! What do I look like? I have a black and white spotted wool coat. Some of my black spots are specific to what kind of breed I am. For example, the spots that are around my muzzle, eyes, shoulders,...
Grey Wolf

Grey Wolf

Meet the Animals Grey Wolf The Red River Zoo wolf pack has two adult wolves and 4 new wolf pups. The mother of the wolf pups was a member of our original wolf pack. Our Grey Wolves are in The Spirits of the Forest Grey Wolf Exhibit, which first opened in 2008. What do...
Gray Fox

Gray Fox

Meet the Animals Gray Fox The Red River Zoo is the home of one female Gray Fox that is a favorite of many visitors. Zoo guests can check out her exhibit located next to the North American River Otter exhibit. Her den was built in 2011. What do I look like? I am a...
Bactrian Camel

Bactrian Camel

Meet the Animals Bactrian Camel The Red River Zoo is home to a small herd of Bactrian Camels. In the summer of 2015, a new baby camel calf was born! Taivan, Tai for short, means “relaxed” in Mongolian. Zoo visitors helped chose his name by voting in our “name the...
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