Zoo Miami is celebrating the birth of a critically endangered Somali Wild Ass that was born Thursday, July 23rd.
Two top predators faced very different challenges at ZooMiami and received some special care.
A 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.
The oldest koala in North America and Europe has died at Zoo Miami.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and Florida Forest Service crews battled several grass fires in Southwest Miami-Dade that were considered to be acts of arson.
Every 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 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.
Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill took a long-awaited trip to Cuba in early April.
A time of celebration paired with mourning as the circle of life plays out at Zoo Miami.
Some visitors at the ZooMiami on Friday got to share a rare experience together, the birth of an antelope considered to be endangered.