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Introduction (Donation Box)

The donation box is located near the entrance.

Kodiak Bear

The Kodiak Bear is located at the entrance of the museum, to the right of the information desk.

Black Widow

Located at the Information Desk

Giraffe

Located in the "Our Living Planet" exhibit gallery on the main floor by the entrance.

White Rhino

The White Rhino is displayed in our east atrium as part of "Our Living Planet" exhibit.

Hippopotamus

The hippopotamus is located in the east atrium along the south wall.

Gray Wolf

Located on the main floor, south side on the museum.

Lions

Lions can be found in the "Into Africa" exhibit on the main floor and also on the third floor as part of our "Life on Top" exhibit.

Zebra

Located in the "Into Africa" exhibit and on the third floor in the "Life on Top" exhibit.

Wolverine

The wolverine can be found on the third floor as part of the "Life on Top" exhibit.

Moose

There is a moose on the third floor as part of the "Life on Top" exhibit.

Leopard

We have a leopard on display in the "Into Africa" exhibit and on the third floor in the "Life on Top" exhibit.

Baboon

The baboon can be found in the "Into Africa" exhibit.

Musk Ox

The Musk Ox are located on the third floor as part of our "Life on Top" exhibit.

Pronghorn

Pronghorn can be found on the third floor on the shelf in the north east corner.

Warthog

We have a Giant Warthog as part of our "Into Africa" exhibit on the main floor.

Arctic Fox

The Arctic Fox is located on the third floor on the shelf in the north east corner.

Polar Bear

The Polar Bear can be found on the third floor on the shelf in the north east corner

Nyala

The Nyala can be found on the third floor shelf in the north east corner.

Bongo

Located in the "Into Africa" exhibit

Gerenuk

The Gerenuk can be found on the main floor as part of the "Into Africa" exhibit.

Dik-dik

The Dik Dik is part of our "Into Africa" exhibit located on the main floor.

Black-backed Jackal

The Black-backed jackal is part of the "Into Africa" exhibit located on the main floor.

Crocodile

The crocodile is part of the "Into Africa Exhibit" on the main floor.

Sitatunga

The Sitatunga is part of our "Into Africa" exhibit located on the main floor.

Blood Pheasant

The blood pheasant is located in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery

Mandarin Duck

The Mandarin Duck can be found in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery

Mikado Pheasant

The Mikado Pheasant is located in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery

Peacock

We have peacocks on display in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery

Pink-eared Duck

The Pink-eared duck is located in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery on the main floor.

Ducks, Geese, Swan

Ducks and geese, and swans are found in the Fred & Sue Morris gallery on the mail floor of the museum and also in the basement as part of the "Common Vertebrates of Utah" exhibit.

Mallard Duck

The Mallard duck can be found in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery located on the main floor.

Migratory Birds

American Wood Duck

The American wood duck is located in the Fred & Sue Morris bird gallery on the main floor.

African Elephant

Located in the west center atrium as part of the "Protect Your Planet" exhibit.

Whooping Crane

The Whooping Crane is part of the "Protect Your Planet" exhibit in the west center atrium.

Black-footed Ferret

The Black-footed Ferret can be found in the "Protect Your Planet" exhibit in the main exhibit area on the west side of the museum.

Butterflies

Located on the main floor, south side on the museum.

Mosquito

The mosquito is part of our "Why Insects"? exhibit in the south west part of the museum.

Bobcat

Located on the main floor, south side on the museum.

Cougar

We have cougars on display in the museum near the main office in the south west corner on the main floor and in the basement in the north hallway.

Coral

Coral are part of our "Life Submerged" exhibit on the west wall.

Seastar

Located in the "Life Submerged" exhibit on the coral reef.

Giant Clam

The Giant Clam is part of our "Life Submerged" exhibit on the west wall of the museum.

Fish

Our next exhibit "Life Submerged" is located on the west wall of the museum.

Hammerhead Shark

The Hammerhead shark is part of our "Life Submerged" exhibit located on the west wall.

Giant Squid

The giant squid is part of the "Life Submerged" exhibit on the west wall of the museum.

Shasta the Liger

Located in the south hallway

Bengal Tiger

Beaver

The beaver is found in a display case as on the main floor near the north exit.

Monte & Birdie Bean

The portraits of Monte & Birdie Bean are located near the north west exits of the museum.

Porcupine

Located in the "Common Vertebrates of Utah" exhibit in the basement.

Trumpeter Swan

Located in the "Common Vertebrates of Utah" exhibit in the basement.

Yellow-bellied Marmot

Located in the "Common Vertebrates of Utah" exhibit in the basement.

Sage Grouse

Sable Antelope

Northeast Window

Sheep

Conclusion