The jaguar is listed as Near Threatened by the International Union for Conservation (IUCN). The new jaguar exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo, located in the Rainforest of the Americas habitat and opened to the public on May 22, features… read more →
The Madagascar radiated tortoise is a critically endangered reptile native to the spiny forests of southern and southwestern Madagascar. It has disappeared entirely from 40% of its historical range, and the remaining populations have shrunk severely by recent and ongoing… read more →
The Kikuyu colobus monkey lives in small family groups and occupies the upper canopies of Africa’s tropical forests and wooded grasslands. This infant male is one of two babies born in February 2015.
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!
This black duiker at the Winnick Family Animal Care Center is very curious about the camera!