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July 3, 2015
From A Curator

Japanese Macaque female “Mito” takes a dip in the water to cool off at the Regenstein Macaque Forest. #FromACurator

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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.

November 8, 2011
Animal Armor at 11.11.11

As part of the 11.11.11 celebration, this Friday’s 11 a.m. Meet an Animal session will feature the body armor of turtles and armadillos—and free copies of the Fall 2011 Lincoln Park Zoo magazine, 365: World-Class Care by the Numbers.

November 7, 2011

On November 11, 2011, Lincoln Park Zoo will celebrate Veterans Day and the calendar itself! Veterans can enjoy free tours and opportunities to feed the zoo’s giraffes. Visitors can join us for special discounts on parking and rides and $11 armadillo and turtle ADOPT-an-Animal packages on zoo grounds.

November 7, 2011
Sleep Under the Skyscrapers

Want to sleep among Lincoln Park Zoo's amazing animals? Families with children ages 5-12 can join us next Friday for Sleep Under the Skyscrapers: Indoor Overnight!

November 4, 2011
ADOPT an Animal...Digitally

The new digital ADOPT packages feature great benefits while enabling you to quickly and easily support your favorite Lincoln Park Zoo species. Learn more here.

November 4, 2011
Zoo Vets

Next Saturday, third–fourth graders can see how experts in care diagnose and treat exotic animals by chatting with a zoo vet and investigating a real case study! Learn more about our Zoo Vets program

November 3, 2011
By the Numbers—Naked Mole Rats

There are 49 naked mole rats scurrying through the 12 chambers of their exhibit within Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House. They hustle between rooms with a handful of designations—some spaces are sleeping chambers, others are used for food storage, others as bathrooms. Learn more here.

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