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Watch nature’s fastest and most agile predator as it races across Cheetah Run.
Venture into Edge of Africa to see Busch Gardens® Tampa’s clan of spotted hyenas.
Head over to Edge of Africa or Jambo Junction to check out these tree-dwelling primates play in their habitat.
To get an up-close look at Busch Gardens® Tampa's masked wonders, otherwise known as meerkats, stop by Edge of Africa near Crown Colony.
Busch Gardens’ peacocks are free-roaming around the park, but you can usually find them near the Bird Gardens area.
Check out the Animal Care Wall in the Nairobi section of the park to see the largest land mammal get a physical!
More than 200 of these beautiful and colorful birds call Busch Gardens home.
Look up and see nature’s tallest animal on a Serengeti Safari or from the Serengeti Express train ride.
View chimpanzees at Myombe Reserve and see how similar these social creatures are to humans.
Travel to Jungala to see Bornean orangutans swing and climb on overhead “o-rings.”
It’s true that no two zebras have the same stripe patterns, see if you can spot the differences on the Serengeti Plain.
Watch the Florida native, the American alligator sun bath in the coastal exhibit lining the walkways to Morocco.
Hop over to Walkabout Way to hand-feed Busch Gardens’ mob of red and western grey kangaroos!
Learn more about one Africa’s most interesting and misunderstood animals, the hippo in Edge of Africa.
See Busch Gardens' pride of lions in Edge of Africa.
Three adorable lion cubs are now at Edge of Africa at various times at Busch Gardens® Tampa.
See the Busch Gardens' Tigers in Jungala.
You’ll see two different species of rhinos at Busch Gardens Tampa and learn how to spot their unique characteristics.
Come face-to-face with the social gorillas at Myombe Reserve and see how similar these amazing great apes are to the human species.
THE WILDLIFE DOCS is a NEW TV show that will introduce you to the 12,000 exotic animals who inhabit Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida, and the select men and women who care for them.