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Living in a highly urbanized world, it’s easy to have the perception that virtually everything is made from industrial glass, steel, and plastic. While these modern manufacturing materials play a

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Providing Opportunities to Thrive ›

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How does an animal tell you how they’re feeling or what they’re experiencing? Science. More specifically through the Animal Welfare Science Program, a formalized initiative to better understand

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Baby Photo Album ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Every zoo baby starts somewhere—with science

Zoo babies don’t just happen—there’s a lot of science behind the grey down feathers of a penguin chick, the orange coat of a baby Francois’

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Amphibious Alliance ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Lions. Elephants. Chimpanzees. African dogs. Mountain gorillas.

Rachel Santymire, Ph.D., director of Lincoln Park Zoo’s Davee Center for Epidemiology and Endocrinology, has studied wild and

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Partnering for Primates ›

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Keithville, Louisiana, is a long way from Lincoln Park Zoo. But there, nearly 900 miles south, Lincoln Park Zoo staff is conducting extensive research at a national sanctuary that will help

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#RhinoWatch: A Day with Davee Center  ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

The Davee Center for Epidemiology and Endocrinology sounds super scientific – and it is – but all for one simple

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Changing the Approach to Caring for Ambassador Animals ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Here at Lincoln Park Zoo we believe in data-informed decision making and putting animal welfare first. After evaluating several of our programs over the last few years with the help of the Animal

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Family Trees ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

A northern catalpa tree stands just east of the zoo parking lot.

Tallying the zoo’s trees chronicles historic and current landscape and shapes plantings for the future.

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#RhinoWatch: Kapuki's Ultrasound ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

As we continue #RhinoWatch and anxiously await the spring arrival of the rhino calf, there are many things happening in the meantime, including getting ultrasounds of the calf as it continues to

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