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Plans for a $14.8 million extreme makeover for the home of the ever popular sea lion and his fellow frolicking marine mammal friends at St...The new world-class habitat, to be attached to the zoo's Marine Mammal Building and encompass Seal Island,
The director of the National Zoo in Washington said Tuesday that the recent deaths of three animals and a Grevy's zebra's attack on a keeper indicate that the zoo's resources and staff are stretched too thin. The comments by Dennis Kelly came as the
The Calgary Zoo is investigating how some gorillas escaped their enclosure for the second time this year.
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Associated Press The Detroit Zoo will be home to the largest center in the U.S. dedicated to penguins, thanks to the most substantial private donation in its 85-year history, the zoo announced
A $2 million gift from businessman David Rubenstein will allow the Smithsonian's National Zoo to nearly double the size of its Asian elephant herd. The zoo announced Tuesday that it will receive three female elephants in an open-ended loan from the
The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, Aug. 13 2013, 6:22 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Aug. 13 2013, 6:27 PM EDT A penguin has died at the Calgary Zoo. Guillermo, a three-year-old Humboldt penguin, came to Calgary in 2011 from a zoo in New York. Zoo
Safari Niagara will give new homes to the gibbons, Goeldi's monkeys and Amazon parrots, while the two-toed sloths will go to Riverview Zoo in Peterborough, Ont. Magnetic Hill Zoo in Moncton, N.B., will take the giant anteaters, and hyacinth macaws.
Watch Watch Watch It gives them something to work around, and to use their minds, Mr. Ball said, watching from outside the cage...Located on an island at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers, the Calgary Zoo was hit hard last month by flood
Monkeys, porcupines, parrots and a gibbon named Tunku will be among 34 animals the Calgary Zoo is forced to relocate after their living quarters were ruined by recent flooding. "They will be dispersed across the nation to accredited facilities," Dr.
The Calgary Zoo is laying off nearly 300 people in the wake the flooding that caused $50 million in damage to the non-profit. No zoo keepers are being let go and animal care is still the top priority, said Lindsay Galloway, the zoo's communications