There’s lots to be happy about at Zoo Miami as a nearly five-week old litter of highly endangered giant otters are growing, and a lion cub, which has faced many challenges since birth in December, remains stable.
Several brown pelicans that had their pouches slashed were released back into the wild.
It’s one thing to care for a dog or cat, but owning an exotic pet, like a sugar glider or a boa constrictor, is a whole other task.
Zoo Miami is mourning the loss Friday of one of the three lion cubs born on September 24th.
The Florida Keys mole skink, Panama City crayfish and the Suwannee moccasin shell mussel are just three of the nine species the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
It’s not every day an endangered baby white cheeked gibbon makes a debut at a zoo—but Wednesday was the day for Tualang, a gibbon just over three-weeks old.
Pups on paddleboards and canines in kayaks starred in a “yappy happy hour” paddle to raise funds for a Florida Keys pet rescue organization.
Smoking costs Americans about $96 billion dollars each year in medical expenses. We know what smoking and second hand smoke does to us but chances are you don’t know the dangerous effect that it can have on your pet.
It’s a sickening sight, a horse that is nothing more than skin and protruding bones—it’s one of the two horses that have been neglected and hungry for months.
After months of care and recovery, a 320-pound rescued green sea turtle will make a 2,400-mile trip to his new home in Sin City.