Mogo Zoo exhibits include a small reptile house, a large Africansavanna, and a series of islands for primate species. The zoo is currently building an exhibit for a pair of chimpanzees that were not wanted in any other zoos in Australia, an act typical of the zoo's propensity for adopting unwanted animals. Until recently[when?] it held the only kea in any Australian zoo, and was also the home of the last red-handed tamarin in Australasia. Other previously held species include the little penguin, cougar, and crab-eating macaque.