If you see a harbor seal go underwater—or laying still on the floor of its tank, as is sometimes the case at the Zoo—it may be a while before you see it surface again. Harbor seals spend about 85 percent… read more →
Butterflies and moths belong to an order of insects called “lepidoptera” or “scale wing,” a reference to the minuscule scales that cover their bodies and create the colorful patterns on their wings. All butterflies and moths complete a similar life… read more →
Animal keeper Dani Cremona speaks to Bennett from Los Angeles’ local radio station KXLU 88.9 FM about her work with jaguars, primates, and tapirs at the L.A. Zoo.