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December 19, 2014
Win a Behind-the-Scenes Tour at the Zoo!

ZooLights Presented by ComEd and PNC Bank is one big merry-glow-round of illuminated holiday fun. Even more so if you’re the lucky winner of a behind-the-scenes tour at the zoo!

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November 17, 2011
Seahorses Shake Up Population Planning

How do you plan breeding for a species where males incubate eggs and as many as 800 offspring can be produced every two–three weeks? Sarah Long, director of the Population Management Center, offers an inside look at planning for lined seahorses.

November 14, 2011
Wine & Wildlife: Black-Footed Ferrets—Back from the Brink

Lincoln Park Zoo is partnering with Montana's Northern Cheyenne Reservation to continue to bring black-footed ferrets back from the brink of extinction. Learn about the conservation effort--and the amazing community that surrounds it--with this Thursday's Wine & Wildlife: Black-Footed Ferrets--Back from the Brink.

November 12, 2011
Sleep Under the Skyscrapers

Interested in sleeping among Lincoln Park Zoo’s amazing animals? Grab your nighttime gear and join us this coming Friday for a wild adventure—Sleep Under the Skyscrapers: Indoor Overnight. Go here to learn more.

November 11, 2011
Veterans Feed the Giraffes on 11.11.11

As part of the zoo’s 11.11.11 celebration honoring Veterans Day and the calendar itself, veterans received a special opportunity to feed the zoo’s Baringo giraffes. See a slideshow of the fun!

November 9, 2011
Special Discounts this Friday

11-cent rides on the AT&T Endangered Species Carousel and $11 parking until 5 p.m. are just some of the discounts visitors can enjoy this Friday. It's all part of our 11.11.11 celebration of Veterans Day and the calendar itself.

November 9, 2011
365: World-Class Care By the Numbers
November 9, 2011
Sensa ya Watu na Mbwa (Human and Dog Census)

As part of her work tracking domestic dogs in the Serengeti, researcher Anna Czupryna has enlisted village leaders to conduct GPS-driven censuses. The results help protect the Serengeti—and benefit the villages themselves.

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