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Lincoln Park Zoo Reveals New Baby Gorilla's Name

She is pretty beautiful although we're more likely to call her adorabella. [ more › ]

Lincoln Park Zoo Welcomes New Endangered Gorilla Baby

  The Lincoln Park Zoo was happy to debut an adorable new addition to their family this week. [ more › ]

Newborn gorilla makes debut at Lincoln Park Zoo

A new reason for families to swing over to Lincoln Park Zoo: A western lowland gorilla was born there this week. Visitors can get their first glimpse starting Saturday. The zoo is cautiously optimistic about the baby's health. "The infant...Show More Summary

Red Pandas Make Their Debut At Lincoln Park Zoo

Zoo officials hope that Leafa, a 5-year-old female, and Phoenix, a 3-year-old male, will find a romantic connection with one another to help combat the species’ dwindling numbers. [ more › ]

This Baby Gorilla At Lincoln Park Zoo Loves Snow

Here's something that will melt your cold, cold heart on a bitter Friday. [ more › ]

Gemini Bistro offers ZooLights deal

Gemini Bistro (2075 N. Lincoln Ave, 773-525-2522) is offering a special three-course prix fixe menu ($35) in celebration of ZooLights at Lincoln Park Zoo, which launches Friday. Restaurant guests can also valet their cars for $10 at the restaurant for their ZooLights visit.

Episode 1: Lincoln Park Zoo

6 months agoHumor : Funny or Die

Episode 1: Lincoln Park Zoo 3:01 Blair peeks around the Lincoln Park Zoo! Written by and Starring Blair Beeken Directed and Edited by Adam Hitchell Submitted by: Peekin with Beeken Regular Keywords: Blair Beeken Chicago Lincoln Park Zoo Views: 11

America's Best Cities for Fall Travel (PHOTOS)

Even bears prefer Chicago during the autumn. "It's cooler, the trees on Michigan Avenue are turning colors, and it's a great time to visit Brookfield and Lincoln Park zoos," says Lillian Polz, the head of a Chicago marketing firm. "The...Show More Summary

Lincoln Park Zoo Hosting Farewell Party For Polar Bear

The 14-year-old polar bear is heading to the North Carolina Zoo so Lincoln Park Zoo can build a new polar bear habitat. [ more › ]

Lincoln Park Zoo: 8 reasons to love it

There are so many ways to enjoy Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo that it might be best just to list them.

Extra Extra: Lincoln Park Zoo's Klipspringer Calf Dies

Asha was being raised by staff after her mother rejected her. [ more › ]

Baby Snakes: Lincoln Park Zoo Welcomes Baby Rattlesnakes To The Family

  The litter was born June 20 and with their tiny rattles could probably lull themselves to sleep. [ more › ]

Disclosure Took Us To The Wild Side

              Disclosure came to town Wednesday to light up the Lincoln Park Zoo and prove that the new generation of drum and bass-heavy dance music is alive and well. [ more › ]

Poll: Best Animal Name Ever?

Personally, I always go for “Wombat.” It’s just funny. But there’s another candidate brought to our attention by Tracey M. “So devilishly cute, makes me think it was born in Japan. But no, it was at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo. Four hooves will fit on a Canadian dollar – ahn.” Who’s she talkin’ ’bout? The […]

Give Lincoln Park Zoo's New Arrival A Name

Be a true Chicagoan and vote early and often. [ more › ]

The Merry-Go-Round Price List

11 months agoNews : Jonathan Turley

I went to Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo on Sunday with my daughter Madie. I then came face to face with the ultimate price listing for a Merry-Go-Round... where you start is where you end up. Kid, standing adult, or riding adult... $2.75. This was even worse than standing immobilized […]

Baby Klipspringer Is Lincoln Park Zoo's First New Arrival In 2014

  Klipspringers (Afrikaans for “rock jumper”) reach an average weight of 24 pounds and are so tiny all their hooves can fit on a Canadian dollar. [ more › ]

Poisonous Primate That Bit Lady Gaga Can Be Found In Chicago

Zoos are working to better understand the severely endangered creature to ensure the long-term existence of slow lorises, the poisonous primate that bit Lady Gaga last month. Pygmy slow lorises can be seen in Lincoln Park Zoo’s Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House. [ more › ]

Just snacks

Kelly Anne Celli, a Lincoln Park Zoo employee who moonlights as a real estate agent, compares herself to a giraffe because she's always munching, slowly but surely. On something. She never sits for meals; she doesn't even have a kitchen...Show More Summary

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