Zoo Miami Welcomes Birth Of Endangered Sumatran TigerToo cute alert! Zoo Miami is excited to announce the birth of a critically endangered Sumatran tiger.
Zoo Miami Cheetah Picks NASCAR Sprint Cup ChampionKoda, a two-year-old cheetah at Zoo Miami picked Kevin Harvick to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Zoo Miami Exhibit Meant To Give Sense Of ThrillBlack bears Libby and Laruel are two favorites at Zoo Miami and pretty soon they’re getting a brand new home. So are the flamingos.
Baby Grevy’s Zebra Makes Its Zoo Miami DebutA newborn Grevy’s zebra made its exhibit debut at Zoo Miami on Thursday.
Tree Kangaroo At Zoo Miami Oldest In Recorded HistoryOn Thursday, Zoo Miami became home to the oldest living Matchie's tree kangaroo in recorded history -- a feat for a species considered endangered.
Clouded Leopard Kittens Make Public Debut At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami’s 6 month old clouded leopard kittens made their official public debut Wednesday as they were put on exhibit with their mother.
Wildlife Expert Ron Magill Weighs In On Killing Of Cecil The LionOutrage has exploded over all over the world over the killing of a famed lion in Zimbabwe by a dentist from Minnesota—even South Florida is weighing in.
Zoo Miami Welcomes Rare Newborn Somali Wild AssZoo Miami is celebrating the birth of a critically endangered Somali Wild Ass that was born Thursday, July 23rd.
S.Fla. Wildlife Expert Talks About Animals Escaping Georgia ZooA South Florida wildlife expert spoke about the devastating sight in the main square in the former Soviet country of Georgia as a hippopotamus roamed free.
Zoo Miami Loses 2nd KoalaThe oldest koala in North America and Europe has died at Zoo Miami.
Life and Death Inside Zoo MiamiEvery 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’s Clouded Leopard Cubs Get Physical Exams 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.