Zoo Miami Welcomes Birth Of Critically Endangered Bactrian CamelZoo Miami is proud to announce the birth of a critically endangered Bactrian camel.
Zoo Miami Welcomes Birth Of Endangered Mongoose LemurZoo Miami is celebrating a milestone with the birth of an endangered Mongoose lemur. 
'Lions, Tigers, & Bears, Oh My', Zoo Miami Has ReopenedZoo Miami has re-opened to the public.
Zoo Miami Reopens Wednesday To Members, June 1 To The PublicAs South Florida slowly begins to reopen under ‘New Normal’ guidelines, Zoo Miami reopens Wednesday to members and on June 1 to the public.
Reopening South Florida: Zoo Miami Reopens June 1 With Strict Safety PrecautionsAs South Florida slowly begins to reopen under ‘New Normal’ guidelines, Miami-Dade County will reopen Zoo Miami to visitors on Monday June 1 with limited capacity and safety requirements.  However, if you are a Zoo Miami member, you’ll be admitted early from Wednesday May 27 – 31.
Zoo Miami Tigers Test Negative For COVID-19Two tigers at Zoo Miami have tested negative for COVID-19, after showing symptoms that could be associated with the virus, according to Zoo Communications Director Ron Magill.
Zoo Miami Welcomes Birth Of Highly Endangered Cloud Leopard KittensAs we are self-isolating and stressing about how to keep safe from the coronavirus when we head out, sometimes its the little things that can bring a smile to our face.
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.
Coronavirus Isolation Got You Bored? Well, There Are More Things To Do Across South Florida Than You ThinkWith social distancing the new normal due to the coronavirus, what is there to do to keep busy? Well, there might be more things to do than you think.
Endangered Black Rhinoceros Celebrates Historic Birthday At Zoo Miami“Toshi” an endangered black rhinoceros celebrated his 43rd birthday this week at Zoo Miami making him the oldest male black rhino in the United States.
Meerkat Babies Make History At Zoo MiamiFor the first time in its history, meerkats have been born and are being successfully raised at Zoo Miami
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?
"Hope" Grows At Zoo Miami As Baby Koala Fully Emerges From Mother's Pouch For First TimeThere is some ‘hopeful’ news from Zoo Miami amid the tragic bush fires raging in Australia that has killed nearly a half a billion animals. It is the first full appearance of a baby koala, born in May 2019, and now named “Hope”.
'Solo' The Baby Flamingo Joins The Flock At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami's flamingo flock has a new resident. The only flamingo chick to hatch this year made its first venture out to the flamingo exhibit Monday.