A bit further down the road is the lemur exhibit. Some turtles live in the moat surrounding it.
The ring-tailed lemurs themselves. (There are also red-fronted lemurs in the exhibit, but I didn't see them.)
I made my way behind the Reptile Discovery Center to an invertebrate house, which I'd overlooked the first time. These are giant clams.
A sea anemone I don't know the species of.
Some tube anemones.
A land crab. Though it spends much of its time on land, it periodically returns to the water to moisten its gills.
A giant river prawn. Check out those long blue chelipeds!
A slipper lobster. Unable to swim by flipping their tails the way many other crustaceans do, these rely on other methods, such as their heavy armor, to defend themselves from attack.
A blue crab, a species of great commercial importance along the Atlantic coast.
An emperor scorpion.