The Honolulu Zoo, which lost AZA accreditation in 2016 and regained it in 2020, has applied to U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for Captive Bred Wildlife (CBW) registration for a number of protected species, including: Asian elephant, cheetah, black rhinoceros, ring-tailed lemur, African lion, tiger, African penguin, Japanese giant salamander, radiated tortoise, Galapagos tortoise, Komodo Island monitor, Lar gibbon, Siamang, chimpanzee, orangutan, African wild dog, and gavial. CBW registration would authorize the zoo to breed and trade in captive-bred members of the enumerated species over a period of five years. FWS is seeking comments through November 18, 2021.