In November 2015, journalists from Al Jazeera English traveled to the Goualougo Triangle to highlight efforts to study and save gorillas and chimpanzees in one of the most remote places on Earth.Read More ›
Lincoln Park Zoo’s research site in the Goualougo Triangle is one of the few places on Earth where wild chimpanzees and gorillas can be seen—and studied—together. Watch theseRead More ›
There are few places in the world where one can observe wild great apes living in coexistence. The northern Republic of Congo, in the heart of central Africa, is arguably the epicenter.Read More ›
In the first post in his new Huffington Post blog, Stephen Ross, Ph.D, director of Lincoln Park Zoo’s Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes, speaks up for chimpanzees.Read More ›
A zoo scientist helps Montana’s Northern Cheyenne Tribe with its “reservation dogs.”
Mary Beth Manjerovic, Ph.D., Wildlife Disease Ecologist at Lincoln Park Zoo’s Davee CenterRead More ›
People love dogs and I am no exception to that. Dogs are increasingly getting closer and closer to our everyday lives…sharing car rides, accompanying us to the grocery store and cuddling with usRead More ›
This photo #FromACurator shows an American toad in its most princely pose.
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Make piñatas and other fun enrichment for the zoo’s animals at this Saturday’s Animal Enrichment Workshop!
Register online and drop in anytime from 1–3:30 p.m. This unique,Read More ›