We follow the cases of three young sea turtle patients who battled with plastic pollution. While two did not make it, one juvenile turtle is on her way to making an amazing recovery.
Two confiscated black-handed spider monkey infants are calling our Zoo home for now.
Bongo Denver gave birth to her first calf on December 28. The female calf is healthy and weighs in at about 43 pounds.
Wheeler, our 3-year-old southern stingray, turned our L3Harris Animal Care Center into a regular Ray’s Anatomy episode when he tried out our new CT machine. While various species of turtles and an iguana have tested out the machine prior to Wheeler, the stingray introduced a much bigger challenge than the other Zoo residents: His need to be submerged in a tank of water.
We’re proud to share the a new piece of diagnostic equipment at has been installed our L3Harris Animal Care Center: A computerized tomography (CT) scanner!
Our animal care team takes a special training course in order to learn how to do hoof trims on animal residents like our giraffe!
Our 25-year-old giraffe Rafiki is experiencing some health issues. We’re hopeful that our innovative care will help him continue to age comfortably with us.
One of our Sea Turtle Healing Center patients, Spicy Hawaiian the juvenile green sea turtle, has been receiving this treatment!