Lincoln Park Zoo
Lincoln Park Zoo introduced a baby eastern black rhinoceros today. The baby was born at the zoo in August.
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The Lincoln Park Zoo’s newest addition is one big baby—a 60-pound black rhino calf.
The as-yet unnamed gibbon is the fourth offspring for father Caruso and his mate, Burma. The baby joins an older brother, Sai, who turns three in January.
In February, Nayembi suffered a facial injury. Lincolns Park Zoo temporarily cared for the gorilla.
Whether you’re a couple looking to have a cute date or a family wanting to spend an educational time together, the zoo and aquarium events in Chicago will likely be more than satisfactory.
A baby western lowland gorilla, injured earlier this year at Lincoln Park Zoo, has been reunited with her mother and other troop members after months of around-the-clock care.
At the Lincoln Park Zoo, both the animals and those who came to visit them coped with the heat wave.
A researcher is finding creativity comes from the bottom up when it comes to chimps: at the Lincoln Park Zoo.
It’s at least a week early. But there it was in Lincoln Park. A scarlet tanager.
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Bushbabies are tiny primates native to Southern Africa, and are exceedingly rare in zoos.
It was just over a week ago that Lincoln Park Zoo’s baby gorilla was found seriously injured. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports the three month old is improving.
Lincoln Park zoo has a dedicated hospital where the gorilla baby is being cared for.
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Once you’ve pushed yourself to brave the lower temperatures, you’ll find that Chicago does have some fun winter activities to offer.
Zoo officials say the baby girl appears to be in good health and is doing well.
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