The eyes have it—in this case, those belonging to the zoo’s adult male black rhino Ricko in our Photo of the Week.
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Chewing sticks, stomping in mud wallows and sticking close to mom: baby rhino King is busy behind the scenes at the Harris Family Foundation Black Rhinoceros Exhibit! Curator of Mammals MarkRead More ›
We're all looking forward to summer, but no one more than the zoo educators and Chicago librarians who teamed up this week to develop a citywide Summer Learning Challenge. Read More ›
It’s safe to say all of us are looking forward to summer at this point. But while many of us are focused on green grass and coatless strolls, zoo educators and their partners in the Chicago PublicRead More ›
Get your weekend off to an exotic, sunny start on March 22 at Morning Safari: Tour of the Tropics!
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This past fall was an exciting time at Regenstein African Journey as we welcomed our first black rhino calf in 25 years. It’s hard to believe it’s already been six months since King was born lastRead More ›
Reaching the Republic of Congo’s remote Goualougo Triangle Ape Project field site—home to wild gorillas and chimpanzees—is no walk in the park.
To get there on their recentRead More ›