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Saturday, March 23

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A transformation years in the making

Well, it’s 2019. This year, Zoo Atlanta will embark on an enormous adventure, the opening of the all-new African Savanna....
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Ticket Sales Open March 25 for Brew at the Zoo

Favorite Memorial Day weekend tradition is back on May 25. Atlanta’s favorite Memorial Day weekend festival returns for a 12th...
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Don’t Waste Water – We All Need It

Water is something we often take for granted. For most of us in the United States, we are almost always...
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First steps in training

Hello! My name is Megan, and I am one of the newest keepers on the Ambassador Animals Team. Today, I...
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2018 was a banner year for research

Zoo Atlanta had yet another banner year in producing major research publications in 2018! Zoo Atlanta and colleagues have now...
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Super Bowl LIII Recycling Rally

Zoo Atlanta has teamed up with the National Football League, Verizon and the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee to host...
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Training with Sven and Olaf

Hi everyone, I am baa-aa-ack again welcoming some new animals to our area! If you saw my recent #TakeoverTuesday, I...
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Have you heard about coltan?

Are you asking Santa for a new cell phone this year? It is time for an upgrade after all. You...
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Hatchling diamondback terrapins arrive

Annual “terrapin swap” is part of an effort to protect a Georgia native species. The 25 hatchling diamondback terrapins now...
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Green blood?!

In our mammal-oriented existence, as mammals ourselves, it’s easy to get lazy and assume that all animals function like some...
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Keeping cool with summer fun

Tuesday, July 3 Making sure the animals here at Zoo Atlanta stay cool and hydrated is a major part of...
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‘Tis the season

From kori bustards on the east side of the Zoo to blue cranes on the west side, eggs/incubation on the...
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Panda Updates – Friday, March 22

If you have visited the panda habitats this week, you may have heard some interesting auditory enrichment. The giant panda...
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Update from the field: Drill Ranch

Hi, I’m Jenny, and I’m on the Primate Team here at the Zoo. I’m also the Quarters for Conservation Champion...
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It’s a girl: willow!

The infant Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth born to Bonnie on November 4, 2018, is a female and has been named Willow!...
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Panda Updates – Monday, March 18

The sunshine was enjoyed by all of the giant pandas and panda care team this past weekend. It was nice...
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Training with the savanna animals

Hi everyone! Nadia here. I’m writing to you from the Mammal Team! For this blog I’m going to tell you a little bit...
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Lulu the western lowland gorilla is expecting

Summer delivery will mark the 24th gorilla birth in the Zoo’s Ford African Rain Forest. Lulu, a 19-year-old western lowland...
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Update from the field: Rainforest Trust

Rainforest Trust is one of the three programs supported in the 2018-2019 program year of Zoo Atlanta’s Quarters for Conservation...
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