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Update on Angolan colobus infant

Zoo Atlanta is saddened to share that the Angolan colobus infant born to Lami on July 15, 2017, was found...
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Summer Brings Baby Animals at the Zoo

A snow-white monkey, a tiny crane and a batch of baby rattlers are just a few of the Zoo’s newest...
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Eastern indigo snakes reintroduced to the wild

Zoo Atlanta is part of a partnership to restore an iconic species to its native range. A new chapter in...
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Ways to Support Wildlife Conservation

Zoo Atlanta takes “Conservation in Action” seriously, with direct involvement in numerous wildlife conservation programs around the world. In fact,...
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Catching up with Ya Lun and Xi Lun

New foods and new skills are among the latest milestones for the only twin giant pandas in the U.S. The...
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Quarters for Conservation 2017-2018

Vultures, bush dogs and tigers will benefit from a commitment to direct 25 cents of every admission to saving species....
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Zoo Atlanta welcomes new Sumatran tiger

Emerson the tiger represents a powerful conservation message and a special connection to Zoo Atlanta. Zoo Atlanta welcomes a new...
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Zoo welcomes two new crowned lemurs

Sava and Xonsu are ambassadors for one of Earth’s most imperiled natural habitats. Zoo Atlanta welcomes two new faces to...
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Cute With a Cause at Zoo Atlanta

While a day trip to the Zoo might get you up close and personal with your favorite animals, Zoo Atlanta...
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A lucky number for one of the rarest reptiles

Zoo Atlanta celebrates its most successful breeding season ever for critically endangered Guatemalan beaded lizards. Thirteen proves to be a...
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