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An male alligator sends a mating signal to female alligators. (Source: CBS4)

Alligators Do Have A Tender Side

You may not have known that alligators can be affectionate. Especially when they fall in love.

06/26/2014

Aria the black rhino at Zoo Miami kneels to splash in the mud.   (Source: Ron Magill)

Zoo Baby Enjoys South Florida’s Rainy Days

Zoo Miami has some new arrivals and one in particular is really enjoying the weather.

06/23/2014

Ron Magill, Communications Director Zoo Miami (Source: MY33)

Focus on South Florida: Peacock Invasion

South Florida is in the midst of a peacock invasion. The beautiful birds known for their stunning tail feathers are also a nuisance for a lot of people here. We see them in many neighborhoods, where some residents are complaining about their droppings and their loud and annoying squawks. They’ve even been known to slow down traffic on some busy roads. We focus on what’s behind this “invasion”, and what we if anything we can do about it.

My TV 33–06/23/2014

Aria, rare black Rhino, was born at Zoo Miami on May 25th.
(Source: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)

Rare Rhino Baby Goes On Display At Zoo Miami

Zoo Miami is celebrating the arrival of a new baby rhinoceros.

CBS Miami–06/17/2014

(Source: Zoo Miami/Ron Magill)

Lion Pride Debuts For Historic Father’s Day At Zoo Miami

Father’s Day was extra special at Zoo Miami Sunday as a group of lion cubs and their mother were united with a male lion to create the first complete pride at the zoo.

CBS Miami–06/15/2014

(Source: Zoo Miami/Ron Magill)

Zoo Miami Attempts To Create Pride

A group of lion cubs and their mother will be united with a male lion in hopes of creating the first, complete pride at Zoo Miami on Sunday.

06/14/2014

Lion cub Kwasi, along with his adopted mother Kashifa and her four cubs, made their public debut at Zoo Miami on June 5th, 2014.  (Source: Twitter/Zoo Miami)

Lion Pride Makes Public Debut At Zoo Miami

There was a coming out party of sorts for a lioness and her five cubs, including an adopted son, at Zoo Miami.

06/05/2014

On Friday, May 30th, Zoo Miami welcomed the birth of a male white-faced saki monkey.  This is the first birth of this species of Tropical American monkey for Zoo Miami.  Found in the rainforest trees of Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela, these fruit eating monkeys rarely come to the ground and are considered vulnerable due to habitat destruction and hunting for food and the pet trade. (Source: Zoo Miami)

Zoo Miami Welcomes New Babies

Zoo Miami welcomed three new babies.

06/03/2014

(Source: Judd Patterson/National Park Service)

Largest Flock Of Wild Flamingos In Florida History Found In Palm Beach County

While it may not seem like a huge number, 147 is rather large when it comes to a flock of wild flamingos.

05/12/2014

(Credit: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)

Zoo Miami Flamingos Being Moved Ahead Of Construction

There are some wild changes coming for Zoo Miami that’ll had the park’s flock of flamingos scurrying around Thursday afternoon.

CBS Miami–04/17/2014

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