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Thirty and Thriving ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Lincoln Park Zoo’s Conservation & Science department began in 1989 with only a single scientist, but has become one of the largest zoo-based science programs in the country.

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There's 'Snow' Place like Lincoln Park Zoo ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year! During the holidays, Lincoln Park Zoo is transformed into a winter wonderland, celebrating seasonal joy under the glow of 2.5 million lights. From

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This Week at the Zoo: November 11- 17 ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Planning a visit to Lincoln Park Zoo? Check out what’s happening at the zoo this week below to help plan your ‘to-zoo’ list:

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A Bundle of New Arrivals ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Lincoln Park Zoo is a magical place—an urban oasis full of life. This year, the zoo celebrated arrivals of all shapes, sizes, and colors. Meet the zoo’s newest additions, from small to big,

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Animal X-rays: An Inside Look ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

‘Tis the season for some ‘spook-tacular’ images! Veterinary staff at the zoo care for all animals furred, feathered, and scaled, which sometimes includes taking x-rays of species. With nearly
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How Do I Talk to my Child about Endangered Species or the Environment? ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

As parents, our goal is to raise our children to be happy, healthy, and well-adjusted individuals. We want them to grow up to be successful in the world, but also to make a positive impact on

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Choosing Sustainable Seafood Options to Protect African Penguins  ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

October is National Seafood Month, and Lincoln Park Zoo is proud to be a Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch conservation partner by sharing ocean-
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Happy Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week! ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

October 13-19 marks Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week, honoring professionals across the globe who provide critical support within veterinary
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The Rediscovery of Black-footed Ferrets ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Rachel Santymire, Ph.D., Director of the Davee Center for Epidemiology and Endocrinology, recently traveled to Meeteetse, Wyoming for the annual Black-footed Ferret Species Survival Plan® (SSP)

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