Animals

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Prosimians

Prosimians

Three islands with a total area of - 7000 m2, modelled on Nosy Komba - a small island north of Madagascar. This is the universe of our prosimians. More info

The giraffe lookout

The giraffe lookout

At shoulder height with the Giraffes More info

Raptors Village

Raptors Village

Welcome to the world of the raptors More info

Tapir, Anteater and Capybara

Tapir, Anteater and Capybara

Tapirs from South America have been given a new home in the Valley of the source, close to St Bernard Tower. More info

Asian elephant

Asian elephant

The elephant, a miracle More info

Ranch

Ranch

The smallest ones will be the biggest More info

Oasis and its animals

Oasis and its animals

The Oasis is a huge conservatory (7,000 m2) where the roof can be opened during spells of nice weather and closed when the weather is cold and rainy, while still allowing daylight to enter. More info

Tropicalia

Tropicalia

Here, more than elsewhere, it is worthwhile to take your time and slow down. This is a piece of paradise on earth, with a fragile and delicate balance, a sanctuary of beautiful birds and with a wealth of colour as if you are in a dream. More info

The Crypt

The Crypt

The Crypt, the foundation of the abbey tower is the realm of bats More info

Birds of the Lagoon

Birds of the Lagoon

The birds of the lagoon: the link between water and air. More info

Madidi

Madidi

Madidi, the squirrel monkey paradise More info

Giant kangaroo

Giant kangaroo

The Giant Kangaroo is the largest among the kangaroos, and it can easily reach up to 1.80 m More info

The birds of Mura Mura

The birds of Mura Mura

The large outdoor aviary of Mura Mura is a very faithful reproduction of the natural environment of the budgerigar. More info

Eastern Fringe monkeys

Eastern Fringe monkeys

Their island seems tailor made, with custom vegetation to serve in their basic needs (food and nesting). More info

Sharks

Sharks

Who is who? More info

The penguins

The penguins

The penguins (18 different types) easily dive down to a depth of 20m and they can reach speeds of up to 25km/h! More info

Seals

Seals

The stilt village is the perfect place to see the South African seals in action. More info

Animals of Ganesha

Animals of Ganesha

White tailed Porcupine, Papuan Hornbill, Bali Starling, rice bird and macaques. More info

Red Panda

Red Panda

Nepalese mountain forests More info

The Big Five

The Big Five

The Big Five: Lion, Elephant, Rhinoceros, ... More info

Hippo

Hippo

The Hippopotamus: everything but the good natured animal it appears to be More info

Other animals

Other animals

The Watusi cattle, the Meerkats, The Cheetah, the Warthog, the Kudu ... More info

Animals of Mura Mura

Animals of Mura Mura

The wallabies and Cassowary More info

The gibbon island

The gibbon island

Antics of the Siamangs More info

The parrots

The parrots

Colorful flights More info

The seals

The seals

Cambron-Plage is the habitat of our common seals. More info

Warm water fish

Warm water fish

The ray, the butterfly fish, the surgeon fish, the clownfish and other fish. More info

The coral reef

The coral reef

The coral reef of the southern seas More info

Other animals

Other animals

Jellyfish, seahorses, sea urchins and many more ... More info

The giant pandas

The giant pandas

Pairi Daiza became one of the seventeen zoos in the world that present one of the most adorable animals on our planet: the giant panda. More info

The white tigers

The white tigers

Two white tigers in a new temple More info

The Koalas

The Koalas

Three koalas for Brisbane: Carina, Coco and Zelda. More info

The Gorillas

The Gorillas

Discover one of the most impressive projects in the history of Pari Daiza and meet our great apes More info

the Orang-utans

the Orang-utans

Since the start of the 2017 season, Pairi Daiza has had five magnificent orang-utans ... More info

The Tasmanian devils

The Tasmanian devils

Pairi Daiza can proudly announce the arrival of the first Tasmanian devils in Belgium. More info

African elephants

African elephants

Everyone knows and loves the majestic elephant. Elephants, which are very intelligent and have prodigious memories, can live more than 70 years. More info

The dromedary

The dromedary

The dromedary, also called "one-humped-camel". More info

Asian black bears

Asian black bears

This bear's Latin name is Ursus thibetanus. It lives in northern Asia, Iran and Japan, as well as in Myanmar and China. It has therefore truly earned its place in the City of the Immortals. More info

The Komodo dragon

The Komodo dragon

The Komodo Dragon is the largest species of lizard in the world. More info

The raccoons

The raccoons

You can observe the four raccoons of Pairi Daiza in the 'Terre du Froid'. More info

The Celebes crested macaque

The Celebes crested macaque

The Celebes crested macaque is an extremely rare monkey, in a critical state, which lives only on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi (Celebes). More info

The shoebill

The shoebill

The shoebill lives in Central Africa, in the Lakes and Marshes to the East. More info

The White rhino

The White rhino

The White rhino is the second largest land mammal after the elephant. More info

The Golden takin

The Golden takin

The Golden Takin is a ruminant of the subfamily of caprins (goats) which lives in the high mountains. More info

The Wombat

The Wombat

This marsupial is the largest mammal in the world that digs burrows: it is on average 1 m long and weighs more than 25 kg. More info

The white stork

The white stork

This large stork strongly resembles our own European White Stork but its beak is black and more massive : above all, it is much rarer, even in danger of extinction. Only 1,000 to 2,500 birds are thought to be left in the wild. More info

The red river hog

The red river hog

This is also called the “Red River Hog” : it is indeed a member of the family Suidae, i.e. pigs. It has a beautiful russet-red coat and it likes water, therefore being a good swimmer. More info

The greater kudu

The greater kudu

This splendid antelope, rather mountain-going, lives in forests, leaping with ease over the uneven ground. More info

The Peafowl

The Peafowl

The Blue Peafowl, originating from the Indian sub-continent, has become a domestic bird throughout the world because of the magnificence of its plumage. More info

The Australian pelican

The Australian pelican

This beautiful pelican lives on waterways, at coasts and on large bodies of water that contain enough food to support their large collective gatherings. More info

The Bewick’s Swan

The Bewick’s Swan

Bewick’s Swan is a subspecies of the Whistling Swan, nesting in the polar tundra of Northern Europe, Siberia and the American North. More info

The Indian Muntjac

The Indian Muntjac

This little Asian deer’s withers measure only a good fifty or so centimetre. More info