Lookdown Fish

Lookdown Fish

This odd-looking fish gets its name from the way it appears to look down as it swims along. It is also unique in the way that its bright, polished, silver body is laterally compressed and extremely thin.

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We'll be happy to provide you with a map upon your arrival.  However, you may use the map below to help you plan your day.

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1 USS Antiquities Discover the diversity of life from its earliest beginnings to the present. Learn how fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals have changed over time.
2 Diversity of Birds The earth needs a variety of plants and animals to remain healthy. Explore biodiversity by discovering dozens of species of birds in our free-flight aviary.
3 Adaptation of Animals Animals have developed many wonderful adaptations to survive.  Learn about some of them here!
4 Social Animals  Like people, many animals live in families for protection and to raise their young. Visit our families of lions, meerkats, monkeys and apes.
5 Bird Show  During the summer months, experience "In the Wings," which features several different bird species.
6 Waterfowl View the many species of aquatic birds that live together in our pond communities.
7 Wildlife Trail Discover how people and wildlife need the same resources to survive. Walk the half-mile trail through the Zoo's natural habitats.
8 Domestic Animals Meet the animals that have helped humankind for hundreds of years.  Don't forget to say hello to Emma, our barn dog, while you're visiting!
9 Classrooms Zoo Camp, Overnights and EdZOOcation programming are held year 'round in the classrooms at the Zoo.
10 Banquet Rooms The Rosamond Gifford Zoo is pleased to offer a full range of contemporary catering services.  Click here for more information.