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Sunday, August 18

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Bridging the gap

Hi everyone, my name is Wendy, and I have worked with ambassador animals for nearly 14 years. Recently, I started...
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Welcome Nutella!

Zoo Atlanta welcomes another famously slow-moving member to its animal population: Nutella, a 2-year-old female Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth. A recent...
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Update from the field: Asociación Armonia

Founded in 1993, Asociación Armonia, one of the three projects supported by Zoo Atlanta’s Quarters for Conservation initiative in the...
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Panda Updates – Wednesday, July 31

As you might remember from my recent panda update, I’m new to the Panda Care Team, which means I’m making...
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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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Not just man’s best friend

The illegal wildlife trade, also known as wildlife trafficking, has many faces. Birds and reptiles, including the endangered grey parrot...
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Being Green Is Easy When You Think About It

I think we can agree that, generally, most humans follow an “out of sight, out of mind” lifestyle. I mean,...
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Genome of the dragon

The story behind the science Longtime Zoo friends will remember Slasher, our huge and wonderfully tempered Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis)....
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Komodo dragon genome is legacy of Zoo Atlanta animals

New study provides groundbreaking insights into the evolution of lizards. Two Komodo dragons from Zoo Atlanta will leave an indelible...
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