Spectacled Bear

Spectacled Bear

The spectacled bear gets its name from the distinctive rings of white or beige fur around its eyes. These markings stand out against the rest of the bear, which is usually black or dark brown, and look like eyeglasses (or spectacles).

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Invertebrates

Animals with an asterisk (*) are part of the outreach collection and cannot be seen on exhibit at the zoo.

  • Banded Coral Shrimp
  • Bat Star
  • Blue Death Feigning Beetle
  • Blue Mushroom Coral
  • Bubble Tip Anemone
  • Button Coral
  • Cabbage Leather Coral
  • Cauliflower Coral
  • Chilean Rose-Haired Tarantula
  • Christmas Anemone
  • Cleaner Shrimp
  • Colt Coral
  • Darkling Beetle
  • Electric Blue Legged Hermit Crabs
  • Fish Eating Anemone
  • Frogspawn Coral
  • Giant African Millipede
  • Giant Green Polyp Duncan
  • Giant Pacific Octopus
  • Grey Death Feigning Beetle
  • Harlequin Flower Beetle
  • Kenya Tree Coral
  • Leather Star
  • Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
  • Nassarius Snails
  • Ochre Seastar
  • Orange Capricornis
  • Pencil Urchin
  • Peppermint Shrimp
  • Pineapple Coral
  • Pink Sea Star
  • Purple Anemone
  • Purple Tree Gorgonian
  • Red Banded Trochus Snail
  • Red Mushroom Coral
  • Rose Bubble Tip Anemone
  • Stimpson's Star
  • Sunflower Star
  • Suntiger Tarantula
  • Swimming Anemone
  • Tanzanian Whip Scorpion
  • Tectum Snail
  • Trochus Snail
  • Watermelon Mushroom Coral
  • White-Spotted Anemone
  • White-Spotted Rose Anemone
  • Zoanthids

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