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Meet The Animals

Fragile Planet works with multiple species of animals. Not all are for program purposes.

Species Survival

What is a Species Survival Plan?

Developed in 1981 by the Association of Zoo's and Aquariums, the Species Survival Plan Programs help ensure the survival of selected species in zoos and aquariums, most of which are either threatened or endangered. Fragile Planet Wildlife Center is proud to be a part of some of these plans going forward to create a better furture for the animals in our care. 

 Mammals 

  1. Varigated Lemur
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    Varecia variegata
    Conservation Status: Endangered
  2. White-fronted Lemur
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    Eulemur albifrons
    Conservation Status: Endangered
  3. Capuchin Monkey
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    Cebus capucinus
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  4. N.A. Porcupine
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    Erethizon dorsatum
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  5. Ocelot
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    Leopardus pardalis
    Conservation Status: Endangered
  6. Callimico
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    Callimico goeldii
    Conservation Status: Vulnerable
  7. Long-tailed Chinchilla
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    Chinchilla lanigera
    Conservation Status: Endangered

Birds

  1. Scarlet Macaw
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    Ara macao
    Conservation Status: Under Review
  2. Red-tailed Hawk
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    Buteo jamaicensis
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  3. Australian Black Swan
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    Cygnus atratus
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  4. Red Golden Pheasant
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    Chrysolophus pictus
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  5. Plush Crested Jay
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    Cyanocorax chrysops
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  6. Red-legged Seriema
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    Cariama cristata
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  7. Crested Screamer
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    Chauna torquata
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  8. Pink-headed Fruit Dove
    Ptilinopus porphyreus
    Conservation Status: Least Concern

Reptiles​​

  1. Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake
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    Sistrurus catenatus
    Conservation Status: Endangered
  2. Blanding's Turtle
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    Emydoidea blandingii
    Conservation Status: Endangered
  3. Spotted Turtle
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    Clemmys guttata
    Conservation Status: Endangered
  4. Leopard Tortoise
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    Stigmochelys pardalis
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  5. Rhinoceros Iguana
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    Cyclura cornuta
    Conservation Status: Vulnerable

Amphibians

  1. Axolotl
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    Ambystoma mexicanum
    Conservation Status: Critically Endangered
  2. Oophaga pumilio
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    Locality Specific: Blue Jean
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  3. Giant African Bullfrog
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    Pyxicephalus adspersus
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
  4. Terribilis Dart Frog
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    Phyllobates terribilis
    Conservation Status: Endangered Locality Specific: "Orange"
  5. Oophaga pumilio
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    Locality Specific: "Bastimentos"
    Description
  6. Oophaga pumilio
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    Locality Specific: "Solarte"
    Description
  7. Ranitomeya vanzolinii
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    Lineage: UE
    Description