The Dakota Zoo is a zoo in Bismarck, North Dakota located on the banks of the Missouri River, it is the third zoo built in North Dakota.
Ungulates are mostly housed in the southern part of the zoo in large, open enclosures. Animals in this area include goats, pigs, miniature horses, miniature donkeys, highland cattle, bison, pronghorn, Przewalski's horse, Bactrian camel, Dall sheep, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, moose, reindeer, longhorn cattle, Clydesdale horses, and elk. Llama, mouflon, and Aoudad are in the North East section of the zoo. Predators are housed in the northern part of the zoo, and include tigers, snow leopards, wolves, bears, lynx, bobcats, mountain lions, coyotes, foxes, badgers, and servals.
Birds are housed in a variety of smaller enclosures and aviaries, mostly in the center of the zoo, and include eagles, emus, many South American birds, Turkey vultures, wild turkeys, owls, and various water birds. Monkeys are mostly housed in the Monkey Barn near the center of the zoo, and include cotton-top tamarins, Goeldi’s monkey, golden-headed lion tamarin, pygmy marmoset, red ruffed lemurs, Squirrel Monkeys, white-fronted marmosets. Spider monkey are in their own outdoor enclosure. The zoo also includes an exhibit of reptiles and small mammals, a butterfly house, a prairie dog town, and a monkey barn.