Animals

Learn About Species Across the Globe

The animals we exhibit serve as ambassadors for their wild cousins. From reclusive reptiles to massive mammals, the species here in Chicago educate visitors on animal facts and help zoo scientists protect wildlife around the world.

Mammals   Birds   Reptiles   Amphibians

New Arrivals

20-month-old sisters Zaliki and Kamali made their debut at the Kovler Lion House on May 13, 2015.

Wondering what's new at the zoo? We're proud to welcome two lionesses and two red panda cubs!

See the New Arrivals!


Exhibits and Animal Houses

Regenstein African Journey
McCormick Bear Habitat
McCormick Bird House
Regenstein Birds of Prey Exhibit
Helen Brach Primate House
Kovler Lion House
Kovler Sea Lion Pool
Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo
  Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo
Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House
Hope B. McCormick Swan Pond
Waterfowl Lagoon
Regenstein Center for African Apes
Antelope & Zebra Area
Farm-in-the-Zoo
Regenstein Macaque Forest


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Posts from the Curators

Bears and Hyenas: Where Are They Now?
February 4, 2015

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since we started making plans to move animals in Lincoln Park Zoo’s old “bear line” to other zoos. Those former residents—one polar bear, one Andean bear, one Malayan sun bear and two spotted hyenas—were sent to other institutions accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).