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Animal Cage InformationThe pride of Seoul Grand Park, introduce Seoul Zoo.

COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLDSTORY OF ANIMAL FRIENDS
Seoul Zoo, where all kinds of animals on the earth are gathered, is divided into 3300 kinds of animals, including the world's most rare species, the Rowland Gorilla, and about 3,300 species of animals from all over the world. From popular animals such as lions, giraffes, and elephants from Africa, you can meet all of the herbivorous animals from grasslands, birds flying from each continent, dolphin friends in the sea, as well as rare, endangered animals from around the world. It is a special experience space where animals and people come together.
Flamingo Pavilion

Flamingo Pavilion

Elegant, Winged Dancers
  • Lesser Flamingo
  • Cuba Flamingo
  • Greater Flamingo
  • Chilean Flamingo

In the Flamingo Pavilion, you may discover the Lesser Flamingo, a small flamingo of only 1 meter in height, the Greater Flamingo with its pink legs and elegant white fur, the Chilean Flamingo with red stripes, and, of course, the most notable Cuba Flamingo with its extraordinary height and bright red feathers. There are about 90 flamingos living here in total. These flamingos all stand gracefully as they find food under the water using their beaks.

  • Flamingo
  • Flamingo
1st African Pavilion

1st African Pavilion

Giraffe Ecology
  • Reticulated Giraffe
  • Fennec Fox
  • Black-Tailed Prairie Dog
  • Grant’s Zebra
  • Gemsbok
  • Waterbuck
  • Sitatunga
  • Grant’s Zebra
  • Ostrich

The 1st African Pavilion includes a variety of animals, mainly herbivorous animals from Africa’s meadows that eat grass and fruits. Among others, this area is home to the tallest land mammal, the Giraffe, the Gemsbok with its long horns and striped face, the Grant’s Zebra with its sharp black and white stripes, and the timid night-lover Waterbuck.

  • Giraffe
  • Zebra
2nd African Pavilion

2nd African Pavilion

Meerkat Ecology
  • Meerkat
  • Hippopotamus
  • Pygmy Hippopotamus
  • Scimitar Oryx
  • Dall's Sheep
  • Barbary Sheep
  • Sandfish

The 2nd African Pavilion hosts one of the biggest mammals after the elephant: the hippopotamus. You may also find other animals that live in the deserts of Africa, such as the rare Pygmy Hippopotamus, the sturdy footed Barbary Sheep that often walk up mountains, the agile Dall's Sheep with a large horn, and even the Scimitar Oryx with bow-like horns of over 1 meter long.

  • Hippopotamus
  • Scimitar Oryx
3rd African Pavilion

3rd African Pavilion

King of the Meadow
  • Lion
  • Cheetah
  • Spotted Hyena
  • Eland (Taurotragus Oryx)
  • Hippotragus Niger

In the 3rd African Pavilion you may meet the big and strong Lion that governs the meadow, the Cheetah, the world’s fastest runner that moves at a speed of 113 km/h, the Spotted Hyena, the cleaner of the meadow that eats all the left-overs, the Eland, a species that is protected internationally due to its low numbers, and the Hippotragus Niger with its impressively styled horns.

※ This Pavilion is currently under reconstruction and not open for viewing.

  • Lion
  • Eland (Taurotragus Oryx)
Ape Pavilion

Ape Pavilion

Meeting the Ring-Tailed Lemur
  • Orangutan
  • Lowland Gorilla
  • Chimpanzee
  • Mandrill
  • Anubis Baboon (Olive Baboon)
  • Hamadryas Baboon
  • Ring-Tailed Lemur (Lemur Catta)
  • Cercopithecus Neglectus
  • Savanna Monkey

In the Ape Pavilion, you may find the very careful and thoughtful Orangutan, also called the “Man of the Forest”, as well as the Lowland Gorilla with its strong body as shown in the movie “King Kong,” Chimpanzees, who are known to be very similar to humans, Mandrills, who are, in appearance, thought to be large and nasty monkeys, the Anubis Baboon, who is recognizable for its face that is similar to a dog’s snout, Hamadryas Baboons with their cape-like fur, and Ring-Tailed Lemurs, that are said to look like foxes with cute tails.

  • Lowland Gorilla
  • Chimpanzee
Large Herbivores Pavilion

Large Herbivores Pavilion

Elephant Ecology
  • Asian Elephant
  • Watusi Cattle
  • White Rhinoceros
  • Asian Buffalo (Wild Water Buffalo)
  • African Buffalo (Cape Buffalo)
  • American Bison

In the Large Herbivores Pavilion, you may easily see cute Asian Elephants play with water, Watusi Cattle that look like cows, well-tamed Asian Buffalos, American Bison running around in groups, strong and fierce African Buffalo, as well as the big White Rhinoceros with its mouth like that of a Hippo.

  • Elephant
  • Rhinoceros
Australian Pavilion

Australian Pavilion

The Lord of the Meadow and the Sweet Friends
  • Red Kangaroo
  • Wallaroo (Macropus Robustus)
  • Eastern Grey Kangaroo (Macropus Giganteus)
  • Cassowary
  • Emu

Some unique animals reside in the Australian Pavilion. The Red Kangaroo is one of the most commonly seen animals along with the Procoptodon (Giant Kangaroo). Other animals include the Wallaroo with its short legs, the Cassowary that always hide in the woods due to its inability to fly, and the Emu that has the ability to swim and run at a speed of 50 km/hr to make up for its inability to fly.

  • Kangaroo
  • Cassowary
Nocturnal Wildlife Pavilion

Nocturnal Wildlife Pavilion

Eyes That Shine in the Dark
  • Egyptian Rousette
  • Naked Mole Rat (Heterocephalus Glaber)
  • Potos Flavus (Kinkajou)

The Nocturnal Wildlife Pavilion is a place in which you can observe these night-time animals even during daytime. The Pteropus is one of the largest of bats, commonly known as Fruit Bat or Flying Fox. The Potos Falvus uses its long tongue to eat fruits or insects and honey lnside tree holes.

  • Egyptian Rousette
  • Potos Flavus
Large Waterfowl Aviary

Large Waterfowl Aviary

The World of Birds That Reach the Sky
  • Pink-Backed Pelican
  • Heron
  • Oriental Stork
  • Wild Goose
  • Spot-billed Duck
  • Whooper Swan
  • White Stork
  • Black Swan
  • Snow Goose
  • Common Crane
  • Red-Crowned Crane
  • Demoiselle Crane
  • Sarus Crane
  • Bean Goose

A variety of birds reside in this Pavilion. The Pink-Backed Pelican with its big beak, White Storks, a white bird with red on its beak and legs, careful Oriental Storks, elegant Red-Crowned Cranes, black Common Cranes, small Demoiselle Cranes, Whooper Swans, that stay over in Korea, big Wild Goose, and the white Spot-billed Duck with its black stripes. This place is an ultra-large cage of 90 m in diameter and 30 m in height. There is a 6 m waterfall in the center where you can observe cranes, geese, and big swans flying freely.

  • Heron
  • Pink-Backed Pelican
New Stork Village

New Stork Village

Storks and Cranes
  • Spoonbill
  • Black-Headed Ibis
  • Sacred Ibis
  • Scarlet Ibis
  • Oriental Stork
  • Grey Crowned Crane (Balearica Regulorum)

The Black-Headed Ibis have an elegant gracefulness, while the Sacred Ibis is not only small but lacks fur around the head and neck. The Scarlet Ibis has a red body with bow-like beak. The Spoonbill, as suggested in its name has a large beak, just like a spoon. Birds from all over the world, from Asia, South and North America, as well as the African continent all reside here.

  • Grey Crowned Crane
  • Sacred Ibis
Tropical Birds Hall

Tropical Birds Hall

Taking Pictures with Parrots
  • Victoria Crowned Pigeon (Goura Victoria)
  • Violet Turaco
  • Harpy Eagle
  • Sulphur Crested Cockatoo
  • Cockatiel
  • Rainbow Lorikeet
  • Budgerigar

Various types of Rainbow Loriket and Parrots with a long crest are all stationed here at the Tropical Birds Hall where you can observe 160 kinds of birds right in front of your eyes.

  • Cockatiel
  • Toco Toucano
Coyote Enclosure

Coyote Enclosure

Agile and Sophisticated Hunters
  • Coyote

The wolf coyotes have narrow noses, large and pointed ears, and slender legs that look similar to those of dogs.

  • Coyote
Camel Enclosure

Camel Enclosure

Impressive Gentlemen Guarding the Desert
  • Bactrian Camel
  • Dromedary (Arabian Camel)
  • Ibex
  • Himalayan Tahr (Hemitragus Jemlahicus)
  • Mouflon
  • Bighorn
  • Przewalski’s Horse

The Ibex can jump down rugged cliffs with its excellent jumping abilities. The Bighorn boasts a unique round horn, while the Dromedary has bump of fat on its back, and the Bactrian Camel has unique two humpbacks. While Mouflons have a combative spirit, the Przewalski’s Horse is the only surviving Mongolian wild horse. These animals have had an important role since the old days as a means of transportation in the cold or hot weather in an environment with limited resources.

  • Bactrian Camel
  • Przewalski’s Horse
Oriental Pavilion

Oriental Pavilion

Hide and Seek in the Jungle
  • Rhesus Macaque
  • Celebes Black Macaque
  • Pig-Tailed Macaque
  • Bonnet Monkey (Macaca Radiata)
  • Toque Monkey (Macaca Sinica)
  • Crab-Eating Macaque (Macaca Fascivularis)
  • Gibbon
  • Lar Gibbon (White Handed Gibbon)
  • Siamang
  • Slow Loris
  • Crested Porcupine
  • Striped Hyena
  • Flower Language
  • Indian Star Tortoise
  • African Spurred Tortoise
  • Giant Asian Pond Turtle
  • False Gharial (Malayan Gharial)
  • Siamese Crocodile
  • Nile Crocodile
  • New Guinea Crocodile
  • Green Iquana
  • Reticulated Python
  • Yellow Anaconda
  • Albino Burmese Python
  • Ball Python
  • Burmese Python
  • Steppe Rat Snake (Elaphe Dione)
  • Elaphe Schrenckii
  • Boiga Dendrophila
  • Milk Snake

The Oriental Pavilion features the Celebes Black Macaque with its pink backside, the Toque Monkey with its black round fur on its head that resembles a toque, the Rhesus Macaque that can live three thousand meters high, the very smart Lar Gibbon, and the Reticulated Python that is considered to be the longest snake in the world. In the large dome in the center there are tropical plants from India and South East Asia. Crocodiles also live in the water, while the long-armed monkeys can feel at home up in the trees. Long-tailed monkeys are towards the north while reptiles are towards the south, as placements were given with special consideration to the ecological connections between plants and animals.

  • Snake
  • Crocodile
Marine Pavilion

Marine Pavilion

Exciting Encounter with Seals
  • Northern Sea Lion
  • Harbor Seal
  • Spotted Seal
  • California Sea Lion
  • South American Fur Seal
  • Otaria

The Northern Sea Lion is the biggest of all seals with the male seal weighing over 1 Ton. The South American Fur Seal lives in the calm sea unlike many other seals, while the California Sea Lion is smarter than many others and can do extraordinary tricks. The male Otaria has an unusual mane that reaches all the way down to its shoulders.

  • Northern Sea Lion
  • Spotted Seal
Poultry Enclosure

Poultry Enclosure

Noble Birds with Gorgeous Silk Clothes
  • Swinhoe’s Pheasant
  • Silver Pheasant
  • Golden Pheasant
  • Lady Amherst’s Pheasant
  • Yellow Golden Pheasant
  • Indian Peacock (Blue)
  • Indian Peacock (White)
  • Silkie
  • Owl
  • Otus Bakkamoena
  • Ural Owl
  • Mynah

Here you may closely see various kinds of birds: the Indian Peacock with its more than 200 feathers, the male Silver Pheasant with its especially beautiful colors, and the Golden Pheasant with its yellow majestic color. Meanwhile, Swinhoe’s Pheasant is native to Taiwan, and other Silver Pheasants and Golden Pheasants are all commonly seen in domestic farmhouses.

  • Swinhoe’s Pheasant
  • Golden Pheasant
Birds of Prey Enclosure

Birds of Prey Enclosure

Charismatic Birds with Sharp Beaks and Claws
  • Condor
  • Bateleur
  • Kestrel
  • Eagle-Owl
  • White-Tailed Sea Eagle
  • Red Korean Buzzard
  • Korean Buzzard
  • Eagle
  • Goshawk

The Condor has incredible vision and sense of smell that can even find a body that is 60 km away within 15 minutes. The Korean Buzzard resembles a V-shape when in flight, while the Eagle-Owl is differentiable from the owl with its eyebrows and ears. Here, you can also find some rare wild Bateleurs, a species of birds that eat all kinds of insects with their hunting abilities.

  • Eagle
  • Condor
Peafowl Village

Peafowl Village

Colorful Noble Bird
  • Indian Peacock (White)

Here you can watch beautiful Indian White Peacocks, poultry, waterfowl, and mountain birds freely flying in the Peafowl Village.
※ Please note that this Village is currently closed due to safety concerns.

  • Indian Peacock
Deer Enclosure

Deer Enclosure

Pure and Elegant Animals
  • Formosan Deer
  • Red Deer
  • Wapiti
  • Pere David’s Deer
  • Sika Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Indian Hog Deer
  • Sambar Deer
  • Ezo-Sika Deer
  • Barasingha
  • Elk

The Sika Deer originated from a small island in Japan where it got its name. It is small and has weak horns, while the Ezo-Sika Deer is a subset of the Red Deer. The Sambar Deer is one of the largest that exists across Northeast Asia. It enjoys playing with water. The Indian Hog Deer is not as slim or colorful, but has the perfect qualities to live in the woods. The Red Deer has large and graceful horns. Meanwhile, Pere David’s Deer looks like it has the feet of a cow and the head of a horse, but can be distinguished upon second look, while the Wapiti looks similar to the Red Deer due to its size. There are a variety of beautiful deer, an animal familiar to everyone, in this Deer Enclosure.

  • Formosan Deer
  • Pere David’s Deer
Native Animal Breeding Grounds

Native Animal Breeding Grounds

Loyal Animals of the Meadow
  • Narrow-Mouthed Toad
  • Seoul (Pond) Frog
  • Terrapin
  • Coyote
  • Fox
  • Lynx
  • Wildcat
  • European Bison
  • Himalayan Tahr
  • Mountain Goat

The Native Animal Breeding Grounds aims to protect and multiply these animals through breeding and exhibitions in order to increase awareness. The wolves protect their territory in groups, while the Himalayan Tahr live in groups within the deserted forest areas. The European Bison is similar to American Bison, but smaller in size with ears on the outer side.

  • Himalayan Tahr
Bear Enclosure

Bear Enclosure

Bear Ecology
  • European Brown Bears
  • Ezo Brown Bear
  • American Black Bear
  • Lesser Panda
  • Asian Black Bear
  • Malay Bear

The Lesser Panda mostly eats bamboo, fruits, insects, and looks like a combination of a raccoon and a cat. The Ezo Brown Bear mostly resides by the forest with rivers, while the European Brown Bear hibernates for 4 to 6 months inside rock holes or tree roots. The Asian Black Bear is a nocturnal animal that likes to climb trees and rest inside caves during the day. The Malay Bear is known to be the smallest in its species and is favored by many individuals as pets due to its size and cuteness.
The Bear Enclosure exhibits six of the eight kinds of bear species on earth, including the Asian Black Bear, which is protected as Korea’s Natural Monument No. 329.

  • Black Bear
  • Lesser Panda
South America Pavilion

South America Pavilion

Interesting Animals in South America
  • Two-Toed Sloth
  • Nasua Nasua
  • Collared Peccary
  • American Taper
  • Armadillo
  • Capybara
  • Giant Anteater
  • Porcupine
  • Black-Capped Capuchin
  • Guanaco
  • Ateles Geoffroyi
  • Llama
  • Maras
  • Raccoon
  • Short-Beaked Echidna
  • Toco Toucan
  • Common Snapping Turtle
  • African Spurred Tortoise
  • Radiated Tortoise
  • Alligator Snapping Turtle
  • Pig-Nosed Turtle
  • Saltwater Crocodile
  • Cuvier’s Dwarf Caiman
  • Yellow Anaconda

In the South American Pavilion there are many animals that represent the continent. Just to name a few - Llamas were dominated by the native people since the Incan civilization, and the Yellow Anaconda is a large snake ranging from 3 to 4 meters that eats rodents, birds, and reptiles.
Indoors, there are monkeys and crocodiles such as the Capybara and the Ateles Geoffroyi. Outdoors, there is the carnivorous Giant Anteater, as well as herbivores animals such as the Llama and the Guanaco.

  • Two-Toed Sloth
  • Giant Anteater
Carnivore Enclosure

Carnivore Enclosure

Tiger Ecology
  • Siberian Tiger
  • Leopard
  • Otter

The Carnivore Enclosure includes three animals. The yellow-brown colored Siberian Tiger is known as the largest of the eight subspecies that are spread throughout Asia. The Leopard has distinctive features and is very agile in living both on land and in the trees. The Otter, on the other hand is cuter and smaller than the other two.

  • Siberian Tiger
  • Leopard
Korean Native Forest Wildlife

Korean Native Forest Wildlife

Swift and Cute Animal Friends
  • Yellow-Throated Marten
  • Raccoon
  • Badger
  • Lynx

In the Korean Native Forest Wildlife, you may find the Yellow-Throated Marten which is similar to a Weasel but bigger in size and has yellow fur as noted by the name, and other cute and small animal friends. The pavilion uses artificial lighting to match the natural environments and habitats of these animals that are mostly active during the night.

  • Yellow-Throated Marten
  • Lynx
Insectarium

Insectarium

Biggest Insect-Themed Park in the Nation
  • Mexican Axolotl
  • Chinese Giant Salamander
  • Salamander
  • Dybowski’s Brown Frog
  • Toad
  • Tree Frog
  • Leopard Frog
  • Japanese Wrinkled Frog
  • Red-Bellied Frog
  • Beetle
  • Dorcus Rectus
  • Dorcus Titanus Castanicolor
  • Prosopocoilus Inclinatus
  • Dorcus Hopei
  • Diving Beetle
  • Cybister Brevis
  • Nepidae (Water Scorpion)
  • Ranatra
  • Vuillefrog (Muljarus Japonicus)
  • Gryllus Bimaculatus (Two-Spotted Cricket)
  • Atractomorpha Lata
  • Euprepocnemis Shirakii Bolivar
  • Oxya Japonica Japonica
  • Large Dragonfly
  • Terrapin (Soft-Shelled Turtle)
  • Snaked-Necked Turtle

The Insectarium is a place where you can experience all the mystery and wonders of a futuristic “Insect Experience Hall.” Here you can observe how insects show off their beauty against their desired natural habitat with clean water.

  • spider
  • Tree Frog
Conservation Education Center

Conservation Education Center

Learning About Endangered Wildlife
  • Black-Faced Spoonbill
  • Night Monkey
  • Potos Flavus (Kinkajou)
  • Slow Loris
  • Otter
  • Terrapin

Seoul Grand Park is committed to the protection and preservation of endangered wildlife species. We undertake projects that aim to increase the number of these animals by systematically studying their ecology, habitat, breeding, and their genetics, and we hope to ultimately return the animals back to wildlife.

  • Deer
  • Terrapin
Wolf & Fox Enclosure

Wolf & Fox Enclosure

Agile and Sophisticated Hunters
  • Fox
  • Wolf
  • Canis Lupus

Foxes with long tails and sharp snouts, wolves with a dog-like appearances, as well as cattle dogs and cats that live in the forests, rainforests, savanna, and deserts of Asia and North America can be found here.

  • Wolf
  • Canis Lupus
Puma & Jaguar Enclosure

Puma & Jaguar Enclosure

Agile and Sophisticated Hunters
  • Puma
  • Jaguar

Here you may meet Puma and Jaguars, endangered species. Pumas have an action range of 80 km in diameter and are experts in running over trees, while jaguars living in the Americas are the biggest amongst the cat family, the Felidae.

  • Jaguar
  • Puma