Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill reflects back on the damage caused by Hurricane Andrew.
Officials at Zoo Miami are mourning the death of an African Elephant named Machito after rapidly declining health forced a humane euthanization.
Zoo keepers and employees at Zoo Miami are mourning the death of its oldest male Komodo dragon.
There’s a new addition to the animal kingdom at Zoo Miami. The newborn giraffe weighs more, and is taller, than the average man and has been “looooong” awaited.
Love is in the air across South Florida and whether you’re a hopeless romantic or a swinging single, everybody loves a box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day, except in this case, it was a box of fruits and vegetables along with some peanut butter.
You’ve probably heard of Occupy Miami but Saturday, it was BARKupy Miami that filled Tropical Park with four-legged friends and their owners fighting for the right to vote on laws that would save animals.
The stork arrived at Zoo Miami and brought a very rare and early Christmas gift.
Zoo Miami officials are celebrating the highest attendance in the history of the park as they also welcomed some very special guests.
Zoo Miami has made history once again with the birth of a second litter of endangered Giant River Otters.
A forceful presence for wildlife conservation has passed away at Zoo Miami. “Savannah”, the zoo’s first ambassador cheetah, was euthanized after several months of declining health due to her advanced age.