Blackbrook now has a rapidly growing number of mammals settles in, which include porcupines, Raccoons, Meerkats to Giant Marmots, Ring Tailed Lemurs, Capybaras and Guanacos. There are small Donkeys, South American Alpacas, mini Zebu Cattle at home in the kids' farm. The Pets Corner at Blackbrook houses Rabbits, Chipmunks, and many, many more. A much loved feature also is the aquarium because you can see the ferocious Piranhas, and Electric Eels.
A major new part of the zoo is Water, Webs & Wings which is a tropical house homing birds, fish, reptiles and insects, all in one building. The world’s largest species of pigeon, the Blue Crowned Pigeon from in Papua New Guinea can be seen here, and in the central ponds with its cascading waterfalls, several species of small sharks, large fish, piranhas, sting rays, lobsters and crabs can be seen. The exhibit also has twenty-foot long pythons, snakes, the aptly named Goliath bird-eating spider and plenty more.