Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo and Gardens. It is the only natural tropical rainforest zoo in the united states. Admission is Free.
Located off Highway 11 in Hilo on the Island of Hawai'i.
 
Friends have helped with these acquisitions ...

Namaste'

Colobus monkey
   

Namaste'

Namaste`, a white Bengal tiger

Motley

Motley, a miniature steer
Jeckle

Jeckle, a two-toed sloth (two-fingers)
Josephine & Napoleon

Josephine & Napoleon, a pair of variegated tropical squirrels

Spike

Spike, a giant anteater


Lolohi

Lolohi, a two fingered sloth


tropical squirrels

A second pair of tropical squirrels,
Guapo & Chiza

Lilo & Stitch

Lilo & Stitch, a kinkajou pair


Sugar & Spice

Sugar & Spice, a coatimundi pair


Mautaub

Mautaub, a female colobus guereza monkey


Penny Ant-E

First photo of 4 month old Penny Ant-E after her flight from Florida to Hilo.


Tou-Tou & Can-Can

Tou-Tou & Can-Can, a pair of Swainson's Toucans.


Lucille

Lucille, a female binturong

spectacled caimans

2 baby spectacled caimans

Potbellied pig Glory

Potbellied pig Glory

Nigerian Dwarf goats

Nigerian Dwarf goats

Mini Zebu "Jellybean"

Mini Zebu "Jellybean"

Jose the llama

Jose the llama

Zoo Open 9-4 daily, except Christmas and New Years's Day. Petting Zoo, Every Saturday 1:30-2:30. Tiger Feeding 3:30 daily.

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