Africa's Elephants Rapidly Declining As Poaching ThrivesThe number of savanna elephants in Africa is rapidly declining and the animals are now in severe danger of being wiped out as international and domestic ivory trades drive poaching across the continent, according to a study released Wednesday.
Iconic Zoo Miami Elephant To Celebrate 50th BirthdayZoo Miami is excited to be celebrating the 50th birthday of the largest and one of the most iconic animals in the zoo’s history! Dalip the male Asian elephant.
“Golden Girls" Make Official Debut At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami is officially introducing two of its newest and largest residents Friday, while also unveiling a special donation to commemorate the commitment to caring for them.
Elephant Retirees Lisa & Cita Arrive At Zoo MiamiThere was a huge delivery at Zoo Miami Tuesday. Two African elephants dubbed the “Golden Girls” arrived from a zoo in Virginia, because, well, can you think of a better place to retire?
Zoo Miami To Welcome Two New Elephants TuesdayZoo Miami will be receiving two very large additions on Tuesday. Two African elephants from the Virginia Zoo.
Maude The Elephant Dies At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami is mourning the loss of Maude, an Asian elephant. She died Friday at age 41.
Zoo Miami Mourning Death Of African ElephantOfficials at Zoo Miami are mourning the death of an African Elephant named Machito after rapidly declining health forced a humane euthanization.
Gov. Scott Apologizes For Elephant Gaffe In SpainFlorida Gov. Rick Scott faced the elephant in the room - so to speak - upon returning Thursday from a weeklong trade mission to Spain.
Zoo Miami Sings Happy Birthday To Dalip The ElephantThey’re singing Happy Birthday at Zoo Miami Wednesday as Dalip, an Asian bull elephant, celebrates his 45th birthday.
Zoo Miami Welcomes Maude The ElephantZoo Miami proudly welcomed a new addition to their family of elephants. “Maude," an Asian elephant was put on display Wednesday for the first time with one of the other elephants.
And Then There 's MaudeMaude is on the move. After being at the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens for nearly three decades, zoo officials decided that their Asian elephant Maude should make a new home at Zoo Miami.