Aggieland Gallery 2

Wild Animal Safari is your gateway to adventure. View our animal gallery in Bryan, TX, to catch a preview of what is waiting for you at the park.

Grassy Plains Pasture


Emu

bison

Scientific Name: Bison bison

IUCN status: Near threatened

Range:  Extinct in nearly all of it’s historic range, but small wild populations exist primarily in Yellowstone National Park.

Fun Fact: Despite going from 60 million individuals to only 541 in 1889, the Bison is considered one of the greatest conservation success stories in American History.


Fallow Deer

White American Bison

Scientific Name: Bison bison

IUCN status: Near threatened

Range: Small wild populations exist, primarily in Yellowstone National Park.

Fun Fact: White American Bison are not a different species, but instead a color variation of the brown American Bison. There is a 1 in 10 million chance of a white bison being born in the wild. White Bison are considered spiritually sacred to many Native American religions.


Common Ostrich

Common Ostrich

Scientific Name: Struthio camelus

IUCN status: Least Concern

Range: Large areas of North and South Africa

Fun Fact: One ostrich egg is equivalent to the weight of about 24 chicken eggs


Common Ostrich

grants zebra

Scientific Name: Equus Quagga boehmi

IUCN status: Near Threatened

Range: Central Africa

Fun Fact: A zebra's stripes are thought to serve many different functions, including confusing predators, thermoregulation, and even deterring flies.


Common Ostrich

blackbuck antelope

Scientific Name: Antilope cervicapra

IUCN status: Least Concern

Range: Indian Subcontinent

Fun Fact: Male Blackbuck will grow spiraling horns up to 2.5 feet long. Females typically do not grow horns, but occasionally some do. During the British Colonial era (1858-1947) of India, royalty would hunt Blackbuck Antelope using trained Asiatic Cheetah.