Everyone loves a baby, and right now, the L.A. Zoo sure has a lot of them. But the reason why we breed animals isn’t to attract visitors; it’s to save endangered and threatened species as a hedge against extinction in… read more →
The short-nosed echidna, also known as the short-beaked echidna, is one of two surviving montremes – the other being the duck-billed platypus. These two creatures are the only existing mammals to lay eggs!
We love your Instagram pictures! Every day in the month of March we will repost one of your Instagram posts of the L.A. Zoo that include the hashtag #LAZooRepost. Can’t wait to see your pics. Happy ‘gramming! Latest #LAZOORepost Entries: