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The zoo brings in 1.2 million visitors every year, and that’s a lot of cars to park.
With its latest acquisition, the Philadelphia Zoo is preparing for a new generation of lions.
The brothers were born June 9th and have since grown to about 28 pounds each.
The Philadelphia Zoo celebrated Halloween early with Boo at the Zoo.
Working with Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine, zookeepers spent weeks preparing the cubs for the three-hour process, which cuts out a defective portion of the eyelid.
The Philadelphia Zoo’s new jaguar cub made his first public appearance on Wednesday.
The Philadelphia Zoo’s new baby jaguar, born June 3rd to Kanga and Jutai, is a boy and his name is Lucha (pictured), which means fight in Spanish.
Zoo officials and visitors applauded as “Storm,” a red-capped mangaby from West Africa, became the first primate to travel “Treetop Trails.”
In “Carnivore Kingdom” a family of giant otters were frolicking in their pool, enjoying cold fish and ice treats.
An organization that works to engage young people in creative expression is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a name change and an event for families on Sunday.
The Zoo’s Pachyderm House is being transformed into the new Children’s Zoo, so Cindy and Unna, the Zoo’s 22-year-old, 4,000 pound hippos had to move.
The Philadelphia Zoo is celebrating two new animal additions!
“Cute as a button,” says Tammy Schmidt, curator of carnivores at the zoo, describing the new baby jaguar born Friday night at the zoo.
Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Friday morning at the Philadelphia Zoo for the new children’s zoo, which is scheduled to open in April 2013.