OKC ZOO EXPERT LEADS RESEARCH CONTRIBUTING TO ELEPHANT CARE, CONSERVATION

Zoo expert’s research strengthens our understanding of the indicators of musth in male Asian elephants in both human care and the wild.

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Less Guesswork, More Revenue

South Carolina Aquarium's Marketing team was interviewed about their use of email automation and featured in an article from Yahoo/Mailchimp.

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Aquarium of Niagara Announces First-Ever Expansion

The Aquarium of Niagara is expanding and adding a second building to our campus. Through a partnership with New York State Parks, the former Niagara Gorge Discovery Center will transform into Great Lakes 360 – a living museum celebrating the Great Lakes ecosystem. With 15 new exhibits, this project represents a 40% increase in the Aquarium’s exhibit space, the first major expansion in our history, and our largest capital campaign to date.

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North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher Presents Pip & Scout

Pip and Scout, two loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings, are splashing their way into people’s hearts at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher (NCAFF).

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New England Aquarium & Roger Williams U. Team Up to Advance Marine Fish Aquaculture & Conservation

With a $750,000 NOAA Sea Grant, NEAq and RWU lead initiative to catalyze sustainable breeding and raise awareness of aquaculture among public and commercial fishermen

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AVOIDING EXTINCTION: START-UP OF THE FIRST HUEMUL BREEDING CENTER IN ARGENTINA

The project is carried out in the Province of Chubut, between Temaikèn Foundation, the Flora and Wildlife Directorate of the province and Shoonem Foundation. Its objective is the recovery of the species through the setting up of a Rehabilitation and Breeding Station, which will also carry out research that will contribute to obtain critical information for the conservation of this emblematic Patagonian deer.

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Innovation at Work – Wood Bison Calves Born Using Groundbreaking Reproductive Techniques!

If you have visited our Canadian Domain recently, you’ve probably noticed some very special additions – three wood bison calves! Born the week of June 20th, there are two females and one male. These three little calves are quickly becoming a visitor favourite as they follow the much larger adult females around the paddock, peeking out behind their mothers’ legs. What makes these little ones extra special is the innovative reproductive techniques that enabled us to deliberately produce females!

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Your Toronto Zoo Welcomes The Birth of Endangered Red Panda!

Toronto, Canada (July 21, 2022) – Your Toronto Zoo is thrilled to announce the birth of a red panda cub! Born at 4:11pm on Wednesday, July 13, this is only the third red panda birth at your Zoo in over 25 years, and the first cub for four-year-old mom, Paprika. Mom is comfortable enough to leave the nest box for short periods of time, and this allowed our Wildlife Care staff to quickly assess the cub’s health and were also able to determine the cub is a male.

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THE L.A. ZOO ANNOUNCES THE BIRTH OF ITS TALLEST MASAI GIRAFFE CALF!

The Los Angeles Zoo is excited to announce that 10-year-old female Masai giraffe Zainabu and 10-year-old male Masai giraffe Phillip welcomed a healthy male calf on Friday, April 8. The yet-to-be-named calf weighs in at 172 pounds and stands at six foot seven inches, which makes this calf the tallest giraffe calf in the history of the Los Angeles Zoo. This birth marks the fourth calf for Zainabu and the sixth calf for Phillip.

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Your Toronto Zoo is Administering Vaccines to COVID-19 Susceptible Animals

Your Toronto Zoo has received 320 doses, with two doses required per animal given about two - three weeks apart. We have 120 animals that have received or will soon receive the vaccine, based on the COVID-19 sensitivity list that has been developed through on-going research and reports of positive cases in other zoos.

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Mississippi Aquarium releases endangered Kemp's ridley turtles from its research boat

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THE L.A. ZOO RECEIVES KULTURECITY SENSORY INCLUSION CERTIFICATION

World-renowned non-profit KultureCity has certified the Los Angeles Zoo as a sensory inclusive venue. The Zoo joins over 900 other KultureCity certified venues in five countries serving those with sensory needs. This is a major next step for the L.A. Zoo in the work to create an inclusive and equitable space for every guest.

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L.A. Zoo and Cincinnati Zoo MAKE WILD WAGER FOR SUPER BOWL LVI

The Los Angeles Zoo and Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens have entered into a friendly and wild wager for the upcoming Super Bowl LVI game on Sunday, Feb. 13. Both zoos are rooting for their home teams to win the game and are putting their logos on the line. The losing zoo will change their logo on Feb. 14 for one whole day on social media – incorporating the mascot of the winning team!

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Mississippi Aquarium, New England Aquarium releasing joint-rehabbed Kemp's ridley sea turtle

Mississippi Aquarium and New England Aquarium are proud to announce the release of a Kemp's ridley sea turtle that began its rehabilitation process over a year ago at New England Aquarium. Mississippi Aquarium staff will be releasing an endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle at 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 13. The release will be held on the beach in front of Edgewater Mall on U.S. Highway 90 in Biloxi.

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Sea turtle conservation at Mississippi Aquarium

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Museum of Life and Science announces Carrie Heinonen as President and CEO

The Museum of Life and Science is pleased to announce that it has appointed Carrie Heinonen as its next President and Chief Executive Officer.

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