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Slow Loris on Flickr.Slow lorises live up to their name high in the forest canopy, sleeping in a camouflaged ball by day and moving slowly through the trees at night.

Slow Loris on Flickr.

Slow lorises live up to their name high in the forest canopy, sleeping in a camouflaged ball by day and moving slowly through the trees at night.

Happy Wu-dnesday!

Photos by Mollie Rivera

Pumpkins with peanut butter and hollowed-out gourds with fish inside were given to the animals in Ituri forest this morning. The animals enjoying the enrichment live in a mixed-species exhibit, which houses Allens swamp monkeys, Schmidt’s red tailed guenons, African spotted-necked otters, red river hogs and a forest buffalo. These unique animals are all species native to Africa and pair well together.

November, 2011 - Elephant Odyssey welcomed a baby capybara and we almost died of cute. Learn more about the world’s largest rodent.

Transformation Tuesday - Shadow the wolf pup is 6-months-old & growing into quite the looker. Watch the video of him stealing hearts as a puppy.

Lower two photos by Mollie Rivera

Cute and coiled - There are only four zoos in North America that have Ethiopian mountain vipers, and we’re the first to have bred them. This venomous youngster is one of seven recently hatched.

Cute and coiled - There are only four zoos in North America that have Ethiopian mountain vipers, and we’re the first to have bred them. This venomous youngster is one of seven recently hatched.

Baby orangutans have the rockingest dos around.

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Flashing back this Caturday to when the Safari Park’s Ken and Dixie were being hand-raised.

Read all about gorgeous turacos in the September 2014 issue of ZOONOOZ.

Flashing back to December 2012 when panda cub Xiao Liwu had a ball.

Watch the video

Slow Loris on Flickr.Slow lorises live up to their name high in the forest canopy, sleeping in a camouflaged ball by day and moving slowly through the trees at night.

Slow Loris on Flickr.

Slow lorises live up to their name high in the forest canopy, sleeping in a camouflaged ball by day and moving slowly through the trees at night.

Happy Wu-dnesday!

Photos by Mollie Rivera

Take that Halloween!

Watch the video

Cue the Jaws music…
Watch the video

Cue the Jaws music…

Watch the video

Pumpkins with peanut butter and hollowed-out gourds with fish inside were given to the animals in Ituri forest this morning. The animals enjoying the enrichment live in a mixed-species exhibit, which houses Allens swamp monkeys, Schmidt’s red tailed guenons, African spotted-necked otters, red river hogs and a forest buffalo. These unique animals are all species native to Africa and pair well together.

November, 2011 - Elephant Odyssey welcomed a baby capybara and we almost died of cute. Learn more about the world’s largest rodent.

Transformation Tuesday - Shadow the wolf pup is 6-months-old & growing into quite the looker. Watch the video of him stealing hearts as a puppy.

Lower two photos by Mollie Rivera

Cute and coiled - There are only four zoos in North America that have Ethiopian mountain vipers, and we’re the first to have bred them. This venomous youngster is one of seven recently hatched.

Cute and coiled - There are only four zoos in North America that have Ethiopian mountain vipers, and we’re the first to have bred them. This venomous youngster is one of seven recently hatched.

Baby orangutans have the rockingest dos around.

(Source: Flickr / sdzooglobal)

Flashing back this Caturday to when the Safari Park’s Ken and Dixie were being hand-raised.

Read all about gorgeous turacos in the September 2014 issue of ZOONOOZ.

Flashing back to December 2012 when panda cub Xiao Liwu had a ball.

Watch the video

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