Zoo Miami is mourning the loss of a second lion cub, one of three that was born in September. In addition, zoo staff is working diligently to treat one of its Asian elephants who is gravely ill.
West Kendall resident Frank Arbelaez still cringes when he thinks about Halloween night 2012. He said what he saw happen to his Yorkie on the bank of the canal behind his home was traumatizing.
Zoo Miami is roaring with pride over the birth of three lion cubs, the zoo’s first in its 33-year history.
A tiger seen by millions of visitors to Zoo Miami has been euthanized.
A camel frequently used for rides by Zoo Miami park visitors died Tuesday after becoming septic from a recent fall.
In front of a camera, a still-hairless joey popped its head out of its kangaroo mother’s pouch to greet Zoo Miami for the first time.
Attention Miami art collectors, there’s a group of new artists in town and they are all painting in the name of charity.
Zoo Miami is not monkeying around when it comes to the heart health of one of its star attractions.
If you’re planning to visit Zoo Miami Monday, you better make other plans.
One of South Florida’s most anticipated events is returning to Zoo Miami on March 1st. It’s time to get wild at Feast With The Beasts, the annual fundraiser that combines tastes from more than 40 South Florida restaurants, full open bars, wild animal encounters and live entertainment.