In an effort to ‘set the record straight’, Jungle Island took out a full page ad in the Miami Herald to answer questions about their fiscal feasibility.
After telling the city for months that a major expansion was what they needed to get back in the black, Jungle Island has done an about face.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) Not surprisingly, Jungle Island said Wednesday that it could not reach agreement with the city of Miami on expanding the attraction’s role and space on Watson Island, calling into doubt it’s ability to […]
Since Jungle Island opened its new doors on Watson Island nine years ago thousands have posed with parrots, alligators and other wonderfully wild creatures. The renewed attraction is a piece of South Florida history, but at Miami City Hall Tuesday, the owner hinted they may soon be history if things don’t change.
Jungle Island has found a private investor who is willing to help the financially strapped park come up with the money it needs for a federal loan payment due this fall. But there’s a catch.
Adults love them, kids love them and apparently, orangutans love them too. iPads have a huge variety of uses but 8-year-old twin orangutans at Jungle Island in Miami are using them to play games and expand their vocabulary.
Students from across Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties put their spelling skills to the test Tuesday at the Miami Herald’s 72nd annual spelling bee competition.
Students from across Broward County put their spelling skills to the test Wednesday for the Miami Herald’s 72nd annual spelling bee competition.
One of Miami’s longest running attractions celebrates its 75th Birthday today! Jungle Island, home to some of the world’s rarest animals, is commemorating the momentous occasion on Tuesday with a day-long birthday party.
Jungle Island is getting wild, really wild, with the grand opening of its brand new leopard exhibit. The habitat showcases two new residents to the Jungle, a spotted leopard and a melanistic (or black) leopard.