Take a trek deep into the forests of the Amazon or gaze upon an Asian tiger without ever leaving the outskirts of Miami. Here is your guide to get the most out of your experience at Zoo Miami.
When Killer, a six-foot-long boa constrictor, went-in for the kill, he ended up having to go in for surgery in order to remove the towel he accidentally ate.
Less than a week old, Zoo Miami is celebrating the birth of five piglets–African red river hogs to be exact.
It’s that time of the year again. If you are planning a trip to the beach, be careful where you step. It’s sea turtle nesting season and State wildlife officials are hoping for another good turnout this year.
Cats without homes in South Florida will hopefully find a new success with a change in latitude.
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.