The Kovler Seal Pool, seen here in 1899, has welcomed guests to the heart of the zoo since it was first constructed in 1879.
For more than 135 years, seals have welcomed guests toRead More ›
Our Photo of the Week sees one of our golden-headed lion tamarins peeking its head out of its treeside den at Regenstein Small Mammal–Reptile House. Named for their vibrant manes, these endangeredRead More ›
How does the zoo's head vet collaborate with a consulting cardiologist and an ECG specialist to combine ape and human cardiac care for the benefit of chimpanzees? Get to the heart of the matter atRead More ›
The zoo is now accepting applications from teens through April 15 for our Malott Family Zoo Intern, Research Apprenticeship and Camp Teen Volunteer programs for summer 2016. Teach visitors aboutRead More ›
National Serpent Day is a great time to highlight how zoo experts work with the Lake County and McHenry County Forest Preserve Districts to restore smooth green snakes to their native habitat inRead More ›
African lion Sahar appears for be posing for a portrait in our Photo of the Week. The male, who turned six on Wednesday, is part of a social pride at the Kovler Lion House with females Kamali andRead More ›
It’s always exciting to welcome a legend, and Lincoln Park Zoo will have that opportunity this summer as Jane Goodall joins us for a zoo-hosted meeting of global chimpanzee experts.Read More ›
Klipspringers are already a dwarf antelope species, with adults measuring just 20 inches in height. So the new arrival born December 2 was even smaller, a miniature of a miniature!
The babyRead More ›