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Monday's snowfall introduced a spell of more dangerous cold that could continue to disrupt work, school and travel in the region for several days. Temperatures early Tuesday morning were forecast to threaten a record dating to 1873, with lows in the
Carolyn Jacobi's broad-brimmed hat and cape stood out bright red against a gray afternoon recently at Rosa Bonheur Memorial Park in Elkridge, a combined pet and human cemetery, the latest stop in her 18-year national crusade for the buried dead and
October 6, 2013 Zoos all around the world love penguins. They're cute, they don't require much space, they never eat zookeepers. And children adore watching them, especially at feeding time. But as carefree as they might look, torpedoing through the
Images of "Max," as he's known, show his hair has come in he was born March 30, though his birth was announced Wednesday and he can now be seen on some days with his parents inside the zoo's sifaka exhibit at the Chimpanzee Forest, zoo officials said.
24 April 2013 At just a few days old and on his first adventure outside of his underground burrow home, it's little wonder that this tiny prairie dog pup overindulged on tasty snacks and needed to lie down. Surrounded by fresh fruit and vegetables
The San Francisco Zoo is scheduled to make good on a Super Bowl wager with The Maryland Zoo. Starting on Monday the San Francisco Zoo is supposed to re-name the enclosure of its black rhino "Boone," the namesake of 49ers offensive tackle Alex Boone.
45 a.m. at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, has died, Zoo officials announced today. The baby chimp was born to Joice (pictured), the matriarch of the Zoo's chimpanzees. "During overnight checks, the keeper staff noticed that the baby didn't appear to
The animals immediately began exploring the faux rocks and sheltered crevices at the bottom of their simulated mountain stream Tuesday, when assistant curator Kevin Murphy introduced them. One curiously inspected a photographer's underwater video
Pockets of dedicated butterfly lovers, though, are trying to slow or even reverse the decline by breeding the species in captivity. One such nursery is in a tent in back of an old maintenance shed at Black Hill Regional Park in Montgomery County . "
When it comes to picking real estate for her long winter's nap, Mama Bear has expensive taste...So it was no surprise to Maryland wildlife managers that for the second time in three years, the pregnant bear chose to hibernate and give birth under the