Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo is proud to welcome two new residents: Clark (male) and Addison (female) (no doubt named after the streets bordering Wrigley Field) the Red Pandas! But will they throw out the first ball next April? (Tastefully Offensive.)Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Red Pandas
YouTube Link The Lincoln Park Zoo's first-ever red panda cubs, male and female Clark and Addison, have matured enough to be let loose in their outdoor exhibit and meet their adoring public. Born on June 26, the cubs have spent the last several months bonding with their mother Leafa. Show More Summary
A Furry First! Lincoln Park Zoo reveals two red panda cubs.
The Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago recently introduced their first ever baby red pandas, Clark and Addison, to the general public — and, needless to say, the cubs are some of the most ridiculously fuzzy and adorable beings on the planet Clark...Show More Summary
Start your Friday off right with Lincoln Park Zoo's newest cubs. [ more › ]
Lincoln Park Zoo's red panda cubs are getting ready to make their public debut this week. [ more › ]
Chicago's history is full of gruesome stories from the St. Valentine's Day Massacre to H.H. Holmes' murder castle to Lincoln Park Zoo being built on top of City Cemetery. [ more › ]
Ornate box turtle hatchlings are the newest residents at both the Lincoln Park Zoo and Brookfield Zoo this week, with a total of 26 new turtles from nine different clutches provided by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
The Lincoln Park Zoo welcomed their first-ever birth of red panda cubs, a litter of a boy and a girl named Clark and Addison, respectively. The cubs were born to mama Leafa and papa Phoenix on June 26, and are every bit as typically adorable as all cubs of the species. Show More Summary
The Lincoln Park Zoo's two-month old red panda cubs are healthy and preparing for their public debut, zookeepers say. [ more › ]
The Lincoln Park Zoo's new red panda cubs, Clark and Addison, have gone in for their second checkup. The two cubs, who were born on June 26, are the first red pandas — a vulnerable species — born at the Chicago zoo. Since their first...Show More Summary
With his scraggly beard, tousle of curly brown hair, dark jeans and well-worn T-shirt, Matthew Aucoin could easily pass for your average rumpled college freshman.
It's about 10 minutes into the Lincoln Park Zoo's latest attempt to socialize two new lions with Sahar, the zoo's 5-year-old male, and he is not having it.
Black-footed ferrets, a critically endangered species native to North America, have renewed hope for future survival thanks to successful efforts by a coalition of conservationists, including scientists at Lincoln Park Zoo, to reproduce genetically important offspring using frozen semen from a ferret who has been dead for approximately 20 years. Show More Summary
Two weeks ago, the Lincoln Park Zoo welcomed its newest addition, a baby Hoffman's Two-Toed Sloth. [ more › ]
A pair of two-toed sloths at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo welcomed a new baby to the family, born just over a week ago The newborn is the first child for breeding pair Hersey and Carlos, reports The Associated Press See also: 11 GIFs that...Show More Summary
A two-toed sloth couple at Lincoln Park Zoo have a new baby, but it will be a while before zookeepers are able to figure out the infant's sex--and figure out how to decide its name.
A man's body was pulled from Lake Michigan early Sunday morning east of Lincoln Park Zoo, police said.
Because it wouldn't be a holiday weekend without another excuse to visit the Lincoln Park Zoo, enjoy a video of two week-old Red Panda cubs—the first to be born at the zoo. [ more › ]
Driving his 8-foot sculpture Prairie Song. Q from his St. Charles studio to Lincoln Park Zoo was not the most relaxing thing Guy Bellaver has ever done.