Meet The Animals

The Honolulu Zoo Is Home To Mammals, Reptiles and Birds.
Hamadryas Baboon 

Hamadryas Baboon

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Sacred Baboons are common throughout northeastern Africa, but are extinct in the Nile region and Egypt, where they originally received their name and were worshiped by the ancient Egyptians.
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tutong 

River Terrapin (Tutong)

The last populations of Tutong are found in India, Indonesia, Bangaladesh, and Malaysia. It is extinct in its former range of Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Singapore. They are aquatic and spend most of their time in estuaries and creeks.
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Bongo's 

Bongo

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Bongo are most active at dawn and dusk, and often forage near the edges of wooded areas. They normally shy in the wild and flee into the forest for cover at the slightest provocation.
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Surinam Toad 

Surinam Toad

Amazon region in South America, Peru, Guyana, Surinam, Brazil. Neotropics, in oxygen-deficient, muddy, turbid, even polluted water. Live on the bottom and surface for air.
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Dyeing Poison Dart Frog 

Dyeing Poison Dart Frog

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The Dyeing Poison Dart Frog is found in lowland forests in the Guianas and in Brazil.
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Green And Black Poison Dart Frog

This frog is native to the lowland forests of Columbia, Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua. They have been introduced to areas of Hawaii such as Manoa Valley.
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Pacific Tree Frog

The Pacific Tree Frog is found on the western coasts of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. This adaptable amphibian is at home in a variety of habitats, including forests, grassland, woodland, chaparral, and farmland. In these areas, it is most often found in low vegetation near water.
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Ornate horned frog 

Ornate Horned Frog

The Ornate Horned Frog is an extreme carnivore and will take anything it can fit into its mouth, from invertebrates, to small birds and mammals, and even other frogs.
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Blue Crowned Motmot

Blue Crowned Motmots are native to Central and South America. They range from northeaster Mexico down to northwestern Peru, Paraguay, Bolivia, Trinidad, and Argentina. They are an adaptable species that exists it many different habitats.
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