Child With Life-Threatening Disorder Gets His Wish At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami granted the wish of an 8-year-old boy fascinated with reptiles and struggling with life-threatening Cystic Fibrosis.
Animals At Zoo Miami Being Prepared For Cold TemperaturesAs South Florida prepares for the rare occurrence of temperatures dipping into the 40s, special precautions have to be taken for animals.
Planning To Say, “I Do?” Say It At A Miami-Dade ParkMiami-Dade Parks offers wedding planners and newly-engaged couples some breathtaking venues where they can tie the knot.
Zoo Miami Assists PortMiami With Plants And WildLifeThe U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service established the Plant Rescue Center Program in 1978 to care for plants confiscated by the government.
Endangered Crocodile Hatches At Zoo MiamiThe birth of a very rare and endangered crocodile is being celebrated at Zoo Miami.
Zoo Miami Vulture "Peanut" Predicts Busch As Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series ChampionZoo Miami's "wildlife prognosticator" has predicted the winner of this year's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship.
New Crate For Endangered Panthers Will Help Save LivesMahala, a beautiful three-year-old Florida panther, now calls Zoo Miami Home. There she is healthy and safe. But it wasn't always that way.
Miami Seaquarium, Zoo Miami To Re-Open After IrmaMore than after Hurricane Irma roared into town and left a path of downed trees and powerlines in its wake, some of South Florida's best known attractions about to re-open.
Zoo Miami Opens Next Weekend For First Time Since IrmaOne of South Florida's most popular tourist attractions, Zoo Miami, will re-open to the public next weekend after being closed for more than a month due to Hurricane Irma.
Endangered Giant Otter Receives Historic Double Root CanalA highly endangered giant river otter is doing swimmingly well following a precedent-setting double root canal at Zoo Miami.
Zoo Miami To Welcome Visitors Back On October 14One of South Florida's most popular tourist attractions, Zoo Miami, will re-open to the public after being closed for more than a month due to Hurricane Irma.
Jungle Island, Zoo Miami Survive Irma; Both Closed For 2 MonthsThe roughly 600 monkeys, birds and other animals at Miami's Jungle Island made it through Hurricane Irma just fine.