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Meet Miri, Satu and Pelari

Here at Zoo Atlanta, we house three different family groups of orangutans. We have one Bornean group, one Sumatran group,...
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The world of poison dart frog toxicity

Greetings from Scaly Slimy Spectacular! If I were to ask you what the most dangerous animals are in our building,...
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The stork: origin of a legend  

The Bird Department has two new arrivals! I don’t know about you, but when I hear that phrase my mind...
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What do nocturnal animals do at night?

Many of the animals at Zoo Atlanta can be observed easily. You can even visit them during our open hours....
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Catching up with the “river wolves”

Hello everyone! It’s Allie from the Carnivore Team, here to teach you some interesting facts about giant river otters! At...
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Meet the Eastern Pilbara spiny-tailed skinks!

If you’ve looked closely in Scaly Slimy Spectacular recently, you may have noticed that our rough knobtail geckos (Nephrurus amyae)...
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Behind the scenes with sloth care

Within the Primate Team, we also care for a non-primate species, Hoffmann’s two-toed sloths. Bonnie will be 20 years old...
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A talking parrot?

One of the most frequent questions we get about our parrots at the World of Wild Theater is, “Can they...
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Bird nerd: Beak geek!

A quick stroll around the Zoo can allow you to see the immense diversity of birds just by looking at...
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Winter mornings in the Zambezi Elephant Center

January is usually a quiet time for us here in the Elephant Department, and since nobody is around to see...
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