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Location, Hours & Directions

New Arrivals

A new female polar bear now resides at Walter Family Arctic Tundra.
The newest arrival at Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House is on a roll.
Ambassadors for the one of the world’s most endangered bird species now reside at the zoo.
Orange is the newest black for the zoo’s Francois’ langur family.

Animal Types

Mammals

Mammals

Mammals include everything from tiny mice to massive blue whales—and even people! This group of animals runs, floats and even flies around the globe.
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Birds

Reptiles

Tough skin lets reptiles live on land or in water. Unlike amphibians, which have gills when young, reptiles breathe air throughout their lives.
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Birds

Birds

Birds are everywhere, from the rainforest to the sands of the Sahara. They use wings and two legs to run, swim and fly, gathering food with beaks specially adapted to the task.
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Amphibians

Amphibians

Amphibians include everything from smooth salamanders to warty toads. This group of animals typically makes its home in or near the water.
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Exhibits

Exhibits

Exhibits

Encompassing landmark exteriors and high-tech homes, Lincoln Park Zoo’s buildings combine naturalistic exhibits with awe-inspiring animal encounters.

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