Since it began in 1990, Bowling for Rhinos (BFR) has generated more than $5.4 million to control poaching and protect rhinos and the species that share their habitat—and the Los Angeles Zoo has led the way for the past six… read more →
The Zoo’s Australia section is going through some exciting changes! There are a few new additions, such as baby koalas and kangaroo joeys. You even have a chance to #NameOurRoo! Don’t forget to visit the recently reopened Australia Nocturnal House, which… 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!