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Throwback Thursday - Hippo calf Adhama’s underwater ballet recital. Watch the video.

Above ground? I got this. The meerkat pup in the Kopje is getting more adventurous. Thanks to Ion Moe for the squee-inducing photos.

(Source: flickr.com)

Our sixth giant panda cub, Xiao Liwu (aka Mr. Wu), celebrated his second birthday with an elaborate ice cake and tasty treats.

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Mr. Wu Turns Two
Happy second birthday to our little gift, Xiao Liwu. He’s an incredible ambassador for his species, and we couldn’t be more proud.

Mr. Wu Turns Two

Happy second birthday to our little gift, Xiao Liwu. He’s an incredible ambassador for his species, and we couldn’t be more proud.

Silver leaf langurs hugging their kiddo

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Our sixth panda cub, Xiao Liwu (aka Mr. Wu), turns two in less than a week. Where does the time go? Watch the festivities on Panda Cam this Tuesday, July 29th, at 9am.

(Source: animals.sandiegozoo.org)

Watch baby orangutan Aisha climb around and learn to use her teeth.

Throwing it back this Caturday to when this guy was a wee cub. Anyone recognize him?

Throwing it back this Caturday to when this guy was a wee cub. Anyone recognize him?

Who has 9 teeth, is experimenting with solid food, and is a fearless climber? Little Aisha!

Orangutan Mom & Little Girl by Helene Hoffman
Orangutan mom Indah and her little girl Aisha enjoy the morning sun. Orangutans, whose name means “people of the forest,” live in tropical and swamp forests on the Southeast Asian islands of Borneo and Sumatra. These shaggy red apes are the largest arboreal mammal and the only great ape found in Asia. The other great apes—gorillas, chimpanzees, and bonobos—are all native to Africa.

Orangutan Mom & Little Girl by Helene Hoffman

Orangutan mom Indah and her little girl Aisha enjoy the morning sun. Orangutans, whose name means “people of the forest,” live in tropical and swamp forests on the Southeast Asian islands of Borneo and Sumatra. These shaggy red apes are the largest arboreal mammal and the only great ape found in Asia. The other great apes—gorillas, chimpanzees, and bonobos—are all native to Africa.

Orangutan Baby Playing, Trying Out New Teeth
Who has 9 teeth, is experimenting with solid food, and is a fearless climber? Little Aisha! Redheads have more fun.

Orangutan Baby Playing, Trying Out New Teeth

Who has 9 teeth, is experimenting with solid food, and is a fearless climber? Little Aisha! Redheads have more fun.

Throwback Thursday - Hippo calf Adhama’s underwater ballet recital. Watch the video.

Happy meerKaturday!

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Above ground? I got this. The meerkat pup in the Kopje is getting more adventurous. Thanks to Ion Moe for the squee-inducing photos.

(Source: flickr.com)

Our sixth giant panda cub, Xiao Liwu (aka Mr. Wu), celebrated his second birthday with an elaborate ice cake and tasty treats.

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Mr. Wu Turns Two
Happy second birthday to our little gift, Xiao Liwu. He’s an incredible ambassador for his species, and we couldn’t be more proud.

Mr. Wu Turns Two

Happy second birthday to our little gift, Xiao Liwu. He’s an incredible ambassador for his species, and we couldn’t be more proud.

Silver leaf langurs hugging their kiddo

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Our sixth panda cub, Xiao Liwu (aka Mr. Wu), turns two in less than a week. Where does the time go? Watch the festivities on Panda Cam this Tuesday, July 29th, at 9am.

(Source: animals.sandiegozoo.org)

Watch baby orangutan Aisha climb around and learn to use her teeth.

Throwing it back this Caturday to when this guy was a wee cub. Anyone recognize him?

Throwing it back this Caturday to when this guy was a wee cub. Anyone recognize him?

Who has 9 teeth, is experimenting with solid food, and is a fearless climber? Little Aisha!

Orangutan Mom & Little Girl by Helene Hoffman
Orangutan mom Indah and her little girl Aisha enjoy the morning sun. Orangutans, whose name means “people of the forest,” live in tropical and swamp forests on the Southeast Asian islands of Borneo and Sumatra. These shaggy red apes are the largest arboreal mammal and the only great ape found in Asia. The other great apes—gorillas, chimpanzees, and bonobos—are all native to Africa.

Orangutan Mom & Little Girl by Helene Hoffman

Orangutan mom Indah and her little girl Aisha enjoy the morning sun. Orangutans, whose name means “people of the forest,” live in tropical and swamp forests on the Southeast Asian islands of Borneo and Sumatra. These shaggy red apes are the largest arboreal mammal and the only great ape found in Asia. The other great apes—gorillas, chimpanzees, and bonobos—are all native to Africa.

Orangutan Baby Playing, Trying Out New Teeth
Who has 9 teeth, is experimenting with solid food, and is a fearless climber? Little Aisha! Redheads have more fun.

Orangutan Baby Playing, Trying Out New Teeth

Who has 9 teeth, is experimenting with solid food, and is a fearless climber? Little Aisha! Redheads have more fun.

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