Are you ready for Stay at Home Fun? The Zoo remains closed at this time, but Jamie is here to show you all the great ways you can interact with the Zoo while… more ›
July 10th is Capybara Appreciation Day! One of the unique attributes that we appreciate about capybara is their love for water. Capybara are one of the most aquatic rodent species in the world… more ›
We can bearly stand how cute our grizzly bear Ronan’s big paws are in this photo! Recently all the bears are continuing to spend a lot of time in the water to keep… more ›
Brittany from the Zoo’s education team is Bringing the Zoo to You with a chat about our rheas! Check out today’s video to learn how to tell a rhea apart from an ostrich!
Do birds’ knees bend backwards? Not quite! The joint that you might consider to be their “knee” is actually their ankle joint. Their knee is higher up on the leg, and does bend… more ›
Finley, is that you? These photos are of the same bear taken about 6 months apart. Grizzly bears grow a thick coat of golden fur to keep them warm in the winter and… more ›
Penzi has been busy with her family, practicing all the skills she will need later in life: keeping up with the herd, splashing in the mud, and using her trunk to pick up… more ›
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Oja the Andean bear found a fun new toy, a log from a palm tree! Recently Oja has been seen on several occasions fully swimming in her pool and playing with this irresistibly… more ›
Our Grevy’s zebra, Anna, is looking a little more round these days as she progresses in her pregnancy. The average Grevy’s zebra gestation period is 390 days or 13 months. However, zebra foals… more ›