Located inside a tropical rainforest, this free 12-acre zoo features more than 60 animal species. The focus here is on fauna found in rainforests around the world, such as Capuchin monkeys, spider monkeys, giant anteaters, lemurs, two-toed sloths, colorful frogs (some poisonous, many endangered), and even monarch butterflies. Tropical birds are always a treat for the eyes and the ears, and this zoo contains a wide variety of parrots, macaws, toucans, pheasants, peacocks, cranes, and more. Native Hawaiian animals, such as green and black poison arrow frogs, feral goats, and feral pigs, are on display, and the endangered Hawaiian state bird, the nene, is a truly special sight. The zoo's well-landscaped gardens are filled with more than 40 plant species, including native and non-native orchids. Check out the petting zoo on Saturday afternoons.