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Wednesday, June 26

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Training with a new Major Mitchell’s cockatoo

Hi everyone! My name’s Shae, and I’m lucky enough to intern here at Zoo Atlanta with the World of Wild...
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Learning from our peers at other AZA zoos

It’s summertime! Everyone is heading out to their favorite destinations for a little rest and relaxation. Some people head to...
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What’s on Logan’s menu?

Have you happened to walk by the fossa, Logan, and seen him eating a snack? Have you wondered what he...
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The Ssspectacular Sawa

Hello everyone, my name is Kyle and I am a Herpetology Keeper here at Zoo Atlanta. Today I’m going to...
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What’s in an intro?

Much planning goes into opening a new habitat for any animal, but it gets a bit more challenging when you...
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Meet Harriet the screaming hairy armadillo

Those who are natives to the southeastern U.S. are probably very familiar with the only member of the xenarthran suborders...
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Exploring gorilla group dynamics

Hey friends, it’s Allie from the Gorilla Care Team, and today I’m going to teach you all about gorillas and...
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The wellness benefits of mud

With the end of a nice, cool spring comes the beginning of summer and elephant mud baths – lots of...
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Cold-blooded: What’s it mean?

What is the first thing that comes to mind about reptiles and amphibians? Probably it is the term “cold-blooded.” Most...
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What does it mean when birds molt?

When I was very young, I used to think that when birds molted their feathers it meant they dropped every...
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