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Brevard Zoo keepers are encouraging our two bears, Brody and Cheyenne, to act on their natural instinct to hole up during the upcoming winter months by providing them with the start of dens.
When Zoo residents grow older, our animal care team steps up in a big way to ensure they receive the most compassionate care.
Brevard Zoo’s cotton-top tamarins, Luna and Cricket, are now first-time parents to not one, not two, but three newborns!
We recently greeted four new female howler monkeys, who have come to the Zoo under a breeding recommendation.
Bolivian gray titi monkeys now call our Zoo home! Meet this father and son pair in our Rainforest Revealed loop.
In order to support the population of southern white rhinoceroses, we’re turning to artificial insemination to breed this critical species.