Life on earth is certainly diverse; over 2 billion species have been identified. To help organize all this biological diversity, animals with similar characteristics are grouped into classes. At Sunset Zoo we exhibit several animal classes including: mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates.
Fish live in water and typically breathe through gills; they are the largest group of vertebrates and were the first backboned animals to appear on Earth. Fish are cold-blooded and use fins to swim. A fish’s age is determined by growth rings found on their scales or small bones in the inner ear, similar to the rings of a tree trunk.
Sunset Zoo’s Fish
We currently do not have any fish on exhibit in the Zoo.
Education Animal Ambassadors
We currently do not have any fish as part of the Education Animal Collection.