Historically, the ungulates, or hoofed mammals, have endured a close relationship with people. Many have been domesticated for use as transport and livestock. Others have been hunted for their hides, meat, sport, or status. Wildlife Canyon displays several of these rare and unusual hoofed mammals in natural habitats with lush vegetation.
There are less than 200 remaining Sumatran rhinos, and the only one in North America, Harapan, is on exhibit in Wildlife Canyon. Learn how breakthrough reproductive research at the Zoo and international conservation efforts are helping to save the species as you watch Harry wallow in a mud pit and feed on browse.
Feed a camel! Check our animal encounters schedule for seasonal feeding opportunities.