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Thursday, November 21

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Exciting new commitment to elephant conservation

Partnership with Zambia-based Conservation South Luangwa aligns with a new Conservation Strategic Action Plan. In a substantial new commitment to...
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Welcome Enwe

Enwe will join what is now the only zoological population of drills in the U.S. Zoo Atlanta welcomes a new...
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Spring has been a season of exciting births

Animal babies include lemur twins, rare beaded lizards, cobra snakelets, cuckoos and an infant colobus. Spring has been an important...
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2018-2019 Quarters for Conservation programs

Lions, drills, fossas and their habitats will benefit from the Zoo’s commitment to direct 25 cents of every admission to...
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Zoo saddened to announce death of Zuberi

Zoo Atlanta is deeply saddened to announce that Zuberi, an 8-year-old adult male reticulated giraffe, died unexpectedly during the afternoon...
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Meet the alpacas!

Meet Tuscany, Warrior and Smurf, three new animal neighbors in the Orkin Children’s Zoo. A trio of Huacaya alpacas arrived...
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The Ford African Rain Forest turns 30

The 1988 opening of The Ford African Rain Forest was a landmark event for Zoo Atlanta and for the city...
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Gorillas on the move

Mbeli, Kali and Gunther will soon start a new chapter at a new zoo Three bachelor western lowland gorillas from...
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Celebrating The Ford African Rain Forest

One of the Southeast’s most anticipated black-tie galas celebrates one of North America’s largest populations of western lowland gorillas at...
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Spring brings animal travels

Adeline and Nani, two female red kangaroos, will soon leave Zoo Atlanta for a new home at a new zoo. Adeline,...
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