Can Your Pet Get Coronavirus?A lot of pet owners are now wondering if their animal can catch the coronavirus after a 4-year-old tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive.
Zoo Miami Big Cats Healthy After Tiger At Bronx Zoo Tests Positive For COVID-19Nadia, a 4-year-old female Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo, has tested positive for COVID-19. She, her sister Azul, two Amur tigers, and three African lions had developed a dry cough and all are expected to recover. This positive COVID-19 test for the tiger was confirmed by USDA’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory.
What Do The Animals At Zoo Miami Do When It's Cold?When we get cold, we throw on a sweater or bundle up under a blanket. But what do the animals at a zoo do?
Zoo Miami's Ron Magill Says Climate Change Must Be Considered When Protecting Endangered SpeciesThe Trump Administration is scaling back endangered species regulations and is now proposing to strip the tiny Key Deer of its endangered species status.
Time To Get Wild At Zoo Miami's Feast With The BeastsOne of South Florida’s most anticipated events is returning to Zoo Miami on March 15. 
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.
The Animals At Zoo Miami All Survived UnscathedThe animals at Zoo Miami are all fine! That's the word from Zoo Miami spokesman Ron Magill on his Facebook page.
Zoo Miami Celebrates Elephant Conservation With High-Pressure Hose DownA weekend-long celebration of World Elephant Day continued at Zoo Miami.
Children Receiving Cancer Treatment Get Unique Experience With Zoo AnimalsThe Miami Cancer Institute is hoping to give kids battling cancer a break, while undergoing treatment
Mentoring Matters: Zoo Miami's Magill Reunited With Mentor, Inspires OthersZoo Miami’s Ron Magill has a passion for the animal kingdom. It began when he was a young child, transported to another world when he turned on an old TV set and saw a man who would later become his mentor.
After Gorilla Death, Zoo Miami Must Now Find New Home For Lone ApeIt probably hasn't set in yet for Fredrika, Zoo Miami's lone gorilla, that her friend and sometimes nemesis is gone.