A newborn tamandua baby is alive and doing well at Denver Zoo thanks to the dedication of zookeepers and veterinarians as the baby’s mother learns her new role.
The snow is melting and summer is just around the corner. Admit it, parents. Spending the day surrounded by zoo animals and butterflies or soaking up the Mile High sun at the baseball park is just about as fun for the grown-ups as it is for the kids.
There are two new animals now featured at the Denver Zoo.
Some polar bears enjoyed “Polar Bear Day” at the Denver Zoo on Thursday.
A rare okapi has been born at the Denver Zoo. “Jabari”, a male calf, was born to mother, “Kalispell,” and father, “Sekele,” on Feb. 3.
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A black rhinoceros living at the Denver Zoo died on Friday morning.
A federal judge has heard from the family of a man who died after police used a stun gun on him at the Denver Zoo.
The world’s most endangered cat is making the Denver Zoo home after its birth last month.
The animals living at the Denver Zoo are showing their Broncos spirit and zoo visitors will get half off admission if they wear their Broncos gear.