Every year more than a million people visit Zoo Miami. Spread across 700 acres, it is one of the largest zoos in the country. The zoo is home to 3,000 animals, representing 500 different species – including 40 endangered species.
Zoo Miami just might cure a case of the Monday blues with photos of their 10-week-old clouded leopard cubs, who are growing strong, and doing well, during their physical exams.
Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill took a long-awaited trip to Cuba in early April.
A time of celebration paired with mourning as the circle of life plays out at Zoo Miami.
Too cute alert! Zoo Miami is excited to announce the births of highly endangered clouded leopards.
The iconic elephants in the shows for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will be phased out by 2018.
It was an exciting night for dozens of television professionals at the 38TH Annual Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards at the Westin Beach Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale.
Zoo Miami is deeply saddened to announce the death of “J.J.,” the 34 year old silverback lowland gorilla who had become an iconic favorite to millions of zoo visitors for over three decades.
Zoo Miami is sad to announce the passing of “King George,” the legendary King Cheetah who for over 15 years inspired audiences from Miami to New York to love and appreciate this majestic, yet incredibly rare carnivore.
CBS4’s Rhiannon Ally recently met up with Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill to look for a Dolphin. Not just any Dolphin, Lamar Miller!