Madagascar Lemur Habitat with mixed species opened at Brandywine Zoo, Wilmington, Delaware on November 19, 2020
Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society announces return of Zoo Lights.
Our five year old polar bear got a promotion in the Canadian Army and is now considered an Honorary Master Corporal.
Mississippi Aquarium Veterinary Team along with industry colleagues perform novel spinal surgery on sand tiger shark.
Baby white-handed gibbon and otter pups at the SF Teaching Zoo.
Palm Beach Zoo's animal family has grown by one tiny new life. On October 8, Luna a 12 year old squirrel monkey gave birth to a healthy baby.
Three cheetah cubs were born October 1, 2020, at Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, MO. The cubs were delivered by C-section.
When Joanie the Wattled Curassow showed signs of feeling unwell, National Aviary veterinarians designed a customized treatment plan to help her recover
We aren't just focused on conserving animal species, but we are tackling conservation of endangered plant species as well!
The Toronto Zoo is fighting the fight to protect species from facing extinction.
Three Mountain Emerald Dragonflies have reached adulthood in human care, a first for the species. Dragonfly breeding is one of Butterfly Pavilion’s many global programs advancing invertebrate conservation.
Banner, an endangered Green Sea Turtle was found off the coast of Florida with significant injuries from a boat strike. After four years in rehab at The Florida Aquarium, Banner is now home at Mississippi Aquarium in Gulfport, MS.
We are releasing our shrikes into the wild.
The Aquarium of the Pacific has announced the appointment of Dr. Peter Kareiva as its new president and CEO beginning on August 1, 2020. Current President and CEO Dr. Jerry R. Schubel will retire from the Aquarium on July 31, 2020.
Nice feature story about how animal care teams operated during closure and now during pandemic at OdySea Aquarium
Atlantis, The Palm Ramps Up Its Conservation Efforts By Hosting A Series Of Interactive Experiences For Shark Week
We are celebrating the success of our breeding programs!
A Sneak Peek of the NEW Rio Tinto Kennecott Plaza Opens to Aquarium Guests
The Los Angeles Zoo is excited to announce the birth of four energetic meerkat pups, born on May 30, bringing the group’s total to eight meerkats in their mob. Conceived during the Zoo’s closure, the currently unsexed pups spent the first two weeks of their lives tucked safely inside an underground burrow with their mother while they nursed. According to animal care staff, the pups have recently emerged from below and are starting to explore their habitat and soak in the warm sun.
John Ball Zoo is happy to announce the birth of red panda triplets. The triplet cubs were born June 25, 2020 to parents Wyatt and Wasabi.
Keel-billed toucan chick hatches at Loveland Living Planet Aquarium
We release our annual count of blanding turtles into Rouge National Urban Park to restore the wild population.
It’s World Giraffe Day and Your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce that #BabyLongLegs has a name! With over 20,000 people voting in the “Help Us Name #BabyLongLegs" promotion, one name has emerged as your favourite. Introducing, Amani Innis Dagg! Amani, meaning Peace in Swahili was chosen through online voting from a list of eight preselected names. Amani has also been given the esteemed last name of Innis Dagg to honour Canadian Zoologist, Anne Innis Dagg. Dagg is a pioneer in the study of animal behaviour in the wild, and is credited with being the first to study wild giraffes and making significant contributions to research in the field. She has been appointed a Member of the Order of Canada and a documentary titled The Woman Who Loves Giraffes was made about her, which retraces her original steps back to Africa where her trail-blazing journey began more than 50 years ago.
Toronto Zoo needs YOUR help to give our female Masai giraffe calf #BabyLongLegs a name!
The return of an endangered penguin to her home at the National Aviary following a long illness was a success story months in the making
A new scientific study authored by Saint Louis Zoo researchers concludes that immersive, naturalistic exhibits in zoos can elicit positive changes in physiological and psychological measures of health and well-being of visitors. The study titled “Changes in human health parameters associated with an immersive exhibit experience at a zoological institution" was published on Friday, April 17, 2020, in the journal PLOS ONE.
New distance learning platform will reach educators, families around the country
The Utica Zoo has launched their digital education program for kids entitled "Uti-kaZoo: Kid's Academy" featuring educational videos, activities, and crafts.
Utica Zoo in Utica, NY has temporarily closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.
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