Meet our Animals HomeAnimal ScienceMeet our Animals Mammals This degu has grown up so fast. So has this chinchilla! Tink (ferret) enjoys playtime. Toffee (rabbit) is ready to be groomed. Oreo (guinea pig) on the move Tsaro (sugar glider) enjoys hanging out in his pouch. Jazz and Amber (cats) watch Tsaro (sugar glider) run in his wheel. Spiny mice are social animals and should be kept in groups. What could be cuter than this pile of baby mice? Maybe these dwarf rats! These gerbils were born on Christmas! Birds C.J. loves to play on the swing. Parakeets are also known as budgerigars. Fischer’s lovebirds are native to Tanzania, Rwanda, and Burundi. Mohawk (cockatiel) is the best whistler in the lab. This hen likes to rest in her nestbox. Reptiles Crested geckos are also called eyelash geckos. Leopard geckos come in many different colorations. The one on the left in this picture is a super hypo tangerine carrot-tail morph; the one on the right is the wild color. The Uromastyx geyri is endemic to North Africa. Blue-tongued skink enjoying a refreshing drink Bearded dragon resting on his log Family dinner Splish (musk turtle) enjoys swimming in her tank. Smiley (diamondback terrapin) enjoys warming himself in the sun. This California kingsnake is named “Valentine” for the heart-shaped patch on her head.. Cheeto (cornsnake) Male rosy boa Female rosy boa Ball pythons come in many different colors. This is the normal coloration. This pattern is called “firefly.” This pattern is called “pied.” This pattern is called “banana.” Amphibians White’s tree frogs can change color. Mossy frogs blend in well with their surroundings. Fire-bellied toads lack eardrums. Horned frogs are also called Pac-Man frogs. Can you guess why? Axolotls are neotenous salamanders. Fish and Invertebrates The saltwater tank in the Animal Science lab is home to multiple clownfish. A number of crabs live in the saltwater tank in the Animal Science lab. Desert millipedes (golden and chocolate) Female Arizona blond tarantulas can live up to 30 years. Rose hair tarantulas are found in Chile, Bolivia, and Argentina.