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August 3, 2015
Snow Small Journey

The snow monkeys at Regenstein Macaque Forest have welcomed plenty of visitors—including the scientist who paved their way to Chicago! See the full story.

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June 27, 2015
Strike a Pose: Yoga at the Zoo

Strike a pose this summer at Yoga at the Zoo presented by Walgreens!

June 26, 2015
Photo of the Week: June 26

Gorilla Nayembi peeks out from the grass outside Regenstein Center for African Apes in our Photo of the Week! The little gorilla turns 3 in November.

June 26, 2015
Tonight Is Adults Night Out!

The carousel is ready, and cocktails are too—join us tonight for an Adults Night Out at Lincoln Park Zoo! Buy tickets at the gate or purchase them online now!

June 25, 2015
Bella Steps Out

Baby gorilla Bella hit the 4-month mark yesterday and ventured into the outdoor habitat at Regenstein Center for African Apes for the first time! A nice snuggle with mom Bahati helped ease the new experience.

June 25, 2015
Getting the Band Back Together

Anna Czupryna, research coordinator for the zoo’s Sergengeti Health Initiative, shares the latest blog post in her Sergengeti Field Diaries series.

June 25, 2015
The 20-Plus Club

The zoo’s longest-serving employees share an enduring commitment to wildlife conservation and a beloved cultural landmark.

June 24, 2015
Good Luck Goat

Will the Chicago Cubs’ billy goat curse be broken this summer? Maybe a contribution to our Wish List will reverse that bleating, bad karma.

June 23, 2015
Send Us Your Bat Sightings

Scientists at Lincoln Park Zoo’s Urban Wildlife Institute are sending up the bat signal…again! They’re looking for your help to find bat colonies in the Chicago area. Send your bat sightings, photos, stories and tips to

June 23, 2015
Big Pharma, Rhino Style

The zoo’s adult black rhinos, Maku, Ricko and Kapuki, are contributing in a very big way toward advances in veterinary care for geriatric rhinos.

June 22, 2015
Seven Questions About Saving Chimpanzees

How did Lincoln Park Zoo push for all chimpanzees to receive the endangered species protections they deserve? Find out in this Q&A with scientist Steve Ross!

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