Planet Zoo Animals by Continent [Native + DLC]

Planet Zoo Animals by Continent

We are allowed to show our crowds of visitors over 70 different animals in Planet Zoo. Here is the full list of Planet Zoo Animals from each Continent.

Animals are to a zoo what the roller coaster is to an amusement park. While we lured visitors to our park with breakneck loops in Planet Coaster, our most exotic and beautiful four-legged friends take on this task in Planet Zoo. There are a total of 76 different animals in the release version of the new game from Frontier Development.

We have summarized for you which animals these are exactly. This always includes the animals at the top that were submitted with the paid DLCs. There is also speculation as to which species may be added over time.

All Animals in Planet Zoo by Continent

In Planet Zoo there are lots of Animals from the African as well as the Indian Continent. There are free-range mammals, for which we will have to build open enclosures, as well as smaller animals such as insects and reptiles. Smaller animals do not have their own enclosures but are displayed in vivariums. That’s why we’ve divided this list into vivariums and enclosures. You can find the DLC animals in a separate paragraph.

1. Planet Zoo: African Animals

Planet Zoo: African Animals
  • African elephant
  • African ostrich
  • African wild dog
  • Aldabra giant tortoise
  • Bongo
  • Bonobo
  • aardvark
  • hippopotamus
  • cheetah
  • Cape buffalo
  • Ring-tailed lemur
  • mandrill
  • Reticulated giraffe
  • Nile monitor
  • Nyala
  • okapi
  • Sable antelope
  • Red Vari
  • Gauntlet
  • Springbok
  • Plains zebra
  • Thomson Gazelle (Deluxe Edition only)
  • Spotted hyena
  • Warthog
  • White tailed wildebeest
  • West African lion
  • Western lowland gorilla
  • Western chimpanzee
  • Pygmy Hippopotamus (Deluxe Edition only)

2. Planet Zoo: Asian Animals

  • Blue peacock
  • Bornean orangutan
  • Chinese pangolin
  • Gharial
  • Big panda
  • Indian elephant
  • Isabel Bear
  • Japanese macaque
  • Little panda
  • Komodo Dragon (Deluxe Edition only)
  • King Tiger
  • Saltwater crocodile
  • Indian rhinoceros
  • Greater Flamingo (also found in Europe and Africa)
  • Snow leopard
  • Sibirian Tiger
  • Taiwanese black bear
  • Trample (camel)

3. Planet Zoo: North American Animals

  • American bison
  • Prong bracket
  • grizzly bear
  • Wolf (also exists in Asia and Europe)

4. Planet Zoo: South American Animals

  • Galapagos giant tortoise
  • Central American tapir

5. Planet Zoo: All Vivarium Animals

Planet Zoo Animals by Continent

Vivarium animals like the green iguana always have their own glass terrarium.

  • Idol snake ( south america )
  • Australian Great Shark (Oceania)
  • Brazilian giant tarantula (South America)
  • Brazilian wandering spider (South America)
  • Brazilian giant runner (South America)
  • Real agate snail (Africa)
  • Yellow anaconda (South America)
  • Gila crustacean (North America)
  • Goliath tarantula (South America)
  • Goliath Frog (Africa)
  • Goliath beetle (Africa)
  • Green Island Guan (South America)
  • Green Iguana (South America)
  • Hairy desert scorpion (North America)
  • Indian giant scorpion (Asia)
  • Lehmann’s poison dart frog (South America)
  • Mexican red knee tarantula (North America)
  • Puff adder (Africa)
  • Giant longhorn beetle (South America)
  • Terrible poison dart frog (South America)
  • Texas rattlesnake (North America)
  • Death otter (oceania)
  • Eastern brown snake (Oceania)

Planet Zoo all DLC Animals

The following animals are not included in the basic game, but can only be purchased as DLC for cash.

Arctic Pack

For example, from December 17, 2019, you can get the new Arctic Pack, in which the following animals can be found. The DLC costs 11 Dollars on Steam.

  • Bighorn sheep
  • Icebear
  • Arctic wolf
  • reindeer

South America Pack

With the release of the South America package on April 7, 2020, five more animals have found their way into Planet Zoo via a chargeable expansion. The DLC also costs 11 Dollars.

  • The Jaguar
  • The capuchin monkey
  • The great anteater
  • The red-eyed tree frog
  • The lama

Australia Pack

The Australia Pack is another DLC for Planet Zoo. Inside are some of the most famous animals from Down Under. As usual, in addition to the 5 new animal species, the DLC offers plenty of building options, all of which were inspired by plants and cultures on the Red Continent. The DLC will be released on August 25, 2020 and will cost 11 Dollars again.

  • The koala
  • The red giant kangaroo
  • The dingo
  • The cassowary
  • The bluetongue skink

Aquatic Pack

Planet Zoo aquatic Animals

The fourth post-release DLC focuses on animals that live in water. However, this does not mean fish or whales. Much more it is about species that feel comfortable both on land and in the water. The DLC will be released on December 8, 2020, and costs 11 Dollars.

  • The king penguin
  • The giant otter
  • The gray seal
  • The smooth-forehead caiman
  • The diamond turtle (vivarium)

Southeast Asia

The first new expansion in 2021 brings a ton of animals from Southeast Asia into play. At the same time, this new DLC is the expansion, with most of the new species for your zoo so far. But there are also fewer unique species, bears and monkeys are already in the base game. The DLC will be released on March 30, 2021, and costs 11 Dollars.

  • The clouded leopard
  • The sun bear
  • The probosci’s monkey
  • The Binturong
  • The saddleback tapir
  • The Ussuri dhole
  • The Sulawesi deer boar
  • The Great Walking Leaf (Vivarium)

These animals could still come

That’s a lot of animals in Planet Zoo from different continents. A few zoo classics are still missing. In the run-up to the event, many fans expressed their wishes as to what they hoped for from possible DLC animals. Including animals from certain regions and completely different species.

For example, there are currently no real aquariums in Planet Zoo. Anyone expecting sea creatures such as dolphins, schools of fish or even whales must hope for an expansion. According to official information, such a DLC is not yet planned.

Finally, a few animal lovers are annoyed about the small selection of birds. We can only exhibit large, flightless poultry at the moment. So flamingos, ostriches and peacocks. Here, too, there has not yet been any DLC confirmation from the developers to introduce cages for colorful birds of paradise, for example.

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