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.
Fruit Fly Outbreak Prompts Dade QuarantineAn Asian fruit fly outbreak has prompted a quarantine in South Miami-Dade.
Sea Turtles Set New Nesting Records In Georgia, FloridaSea turtles have set a new nesting record in Florida and other southeastern beaches, rebounding from a nesting slump last year.
State Asks Keys Residents For Help Collecting Reptile DataWildlife officials are asking residents and visitors in the Florida Keys to report their sightings of native reptiles and amphibians.
America's Top 5 Must-Visit AquariumsWant to explore the ocean's depths while staying on dry land? Visit 5 of the most must-visit aquariums in the U.S. according to Sy Montgomery, author of, "The Soul Of An Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into The Wonder Of Consciousness."
Zoo Visitors Witness Birth Of Antelope Considered EndangeredSome visitors at the ZooMiami on Friday got to share a rare experience together, the birth of an antelope considered to be endangered.
Gov. Scott Declares March 21, Save The Florida Panther DayFlorida Governor Rick Scott declared March 21st as "Save the Florida Panther Day."
Study Suggests Pythons Throwing Off Everglades Food Chain A new study suggests the invasive Burmese Python is throwing off the balance of the food chain at Everglade's National Park.
10th Florida Panther Dies After Vehicle CollisionFor the second time in two days, an endangered Florida panther has been killed by a car.
Ninth Panther Found Dead In FloridaWildlife officials said the remains of a 1-year old Florida Panther on Saturday in Lee County.
Panther Dies After Being Hit By Car In FloridaAuthorities said a Florida Panther was killed by a vehicle in southwest Florida, making it the eighth panther death this year.
Panther Gets Treatment At New Zoo Hospital A Panther suffering from gunshot wounds is being treated at a Tampa Zoo's newest facility making it their first patient.