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9:30 am - 6:30 pm
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Sunday, August 18

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Conservation Carts

Have you heard the quote, “Be the change you want to see in the world?” At Zoo Atlanta, we can...
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African Savanna School and Group NightCrawlers

Picture this: You’re in Africa, and nighttime is falling on the savanna. You bring your dusty Jeep to a stop...
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Zoo Atlanta: The Natural World Comes Alive

Spend the morning exploring The Ford African Rain Forest and the afternoon viewing wildlife from South America. Visit reptiles and...
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Career Corner: Herpetology: Robert Hill

Name: Robert Hill Position Title: Assistant Curator of Herpetology Education: High school graduate Hometown: Originally from Jacksonville, FL. Moved to...
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ZooMobile Outreach

In addition to the variety of programs offered at Zoo Atlanta that enhance your students’ science knowledge, we can bring the Zoo to you!...
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The Animals of the New African Savanna

Imagine the African savanna. Wide, open and flat expanses with tall yellow grasses. Sparse trees and shrubs dotting the landscape....
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Geocaching – A New Way to Explore the Zoo

Whether you’re visiting for the first time or are a long-time Member of Zoo Atlanta, the geocaching program provides guests...
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Animal Highlight: Elephants

Here at Zoo Atlanta, we are excitedly awaiting the opening of our new African Savanna! It will be home to...
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The Animals of the New African Savanna

Imagine the African savanna. Wide, open and flat expanses with tall yellow grasses. Sparse trees and shrubs dotting the landscape....
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Animal Awareness Days

Here at Zoo Atlanta, we host many different types of events for our Members and guests to enjoy. Certain events...
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