See the mighty numbat; a stripy, insectivorious marsupial just found in Western Australian. There is no better place to find out about sole individual from the Myrmecobiidae family than this cutting edge zoo and preservation association, minutes from downtown Perth. While their numbat rearing and repopulation program might be a very much earned wellspring of pride, there are numerous more critters that hail from around the world, to see here. See a Sumatran tiger or moderate loris in the Asia collection. Feed a Rothschilde giraffe or wonder about meerkats in the African savannah. In the South America wilderness you will see the constantly delightful tamarins and marmosets or have a discussion with a macaw. Obviously, there are a lot of local Australian species to see, including Tasmanian fiends, bilbys, cockatoos, and a ton of reptiles.