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Baby meerkats scamper and explore at the Symbio Wildlife Park

See baby meerkats exploring outside of their nest box for the first time at the Symbio Wildlife Park in Helensburgh, a town outside of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. Our meerkats 'Aya and Penfold' celebrated...

Baby hippo Fiona’s never-before-seen moments

Fiona the baby hippo has captured the public's attention since she was born six weeks prematurely at the Cincinnati Zoo in January of 2017. The zoo's neonatal caregivers were first worried for her health, but with the...

The World’s First Poo Museum

How might you preserve scat -- an animal's fecal dropping, poo, or poop -- for the world's first poo museum? ...or pooseum? In this BBC Earth Unplugged episode, Maddie Moate visits with Daniel Roberts, co-founder ...

Primate Parenthood: Red ruffed lemur & Allen’s swamp monkey

Smithsonian's National Zoo has just welcomed some of the rarest newborns in the world, and to first-time mothers. Meet red-ruffed lemur Molly, who just gave birth to a litter. Lemurs, the most endangered mammals on Ea...

A hippo gets his teeth brushed

At the Tennoji Zoo in Osaka, Japan, hippo hygiene is important. Thanks to training and consistent routines, hippopotamus Tetsuo understands how to get his teeth brushed (and get a quick physical check-up) from the car...

These Crazy Cute Baby Turtles Want Their Lake Back

Follow these baby western pond turtles, who are being fattened up and well-cared for at both the San Francisco Zoo and Oakland Zoo, to their new home in the Presidio's Mountain Lake. Once polluted, the lake has been r...

A spotty baby Malayan tapir at the Prague Zoo

This Malayan tapir, born in October, 2015, hangs out with mom Indah at the Prague Zoo. The calf is the first Malayan tapir born in Prague in 40 years, a zoo milestone for this endangered species. From Zooborns: Ma...

Zookeepers weigh a baby aye-aye at the San Diego Zoo

This wide-eyed baby aye-aye lemur is a rare sight -- the first aye-aye born at the San Diego Zoo, and only one of 27 aye-ayes in North America. On October 15, 2015, zookeepers performed a one month checkup on the baby...

The Melbourne Zoo’s new baby Pygmy Hippo swims with mum

From the Melbourne Zoo, this is Obi, a three week old baby Pygmy Hippo who is coming out for a swim in the zoo's "big pool" for the first time. Obi's mum Petre is close by to keep the baby well-guided and safe. In...

Why do we sleep and how do different animals sleep?

Why sleep is such an important part of our lives? ...and on a related note, why is bedtime so important? Based on what our bodies (and other animal bodies) accomplish while sleeping, there are a few leading theories a...

Curious Andean Bear Cubs – Wild Inside the National Zoo

Born in mid-November of 2014, Mayni and Muniri, two supercute Andean Bear cubs, are now at the age where they're getting into everything, so the Smithsonian's National Zoo team are working hard to babyproof the cubs' ...

LEGO Adventure in the City: A brick-animated short story

Once upon a time, a snake went to the zoo and then returned to his home. Suddenly, there was an attack from The Grey and the zoo's dinosaur gets out! Can the snake help the city?! This stop motion animated short st...

Elephant Intelligence – Wild Inside the National Zoo

Caretakers at the Smithsonian's National Zoo know from experience that Asian elephants are intelligent creatures, but they wanted to help officially document the problem-solving skills of the planet's largest land mam...

Baby Hippo Makes a Splash at the San Diego Zoo

Funani, an experienced hippopotamus mother, birthed her 11th calf at the San Diego Zoo on March 23rd at 6:30 a.m. Though zoo officials do not know yet if it's a boy or a girl, they've announced that both the brand new...

Capybaras enjoy hot springs at Saitama Children’s Zoo

A large group of capybaras enjoy a "pomelo bath" in the hot springs during a cold spell at Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashi Matsuyama, Saitama, Japan. Semi-aquatic relatives of the guinea pig, capybaras have slightly...

Reptile Rejuvenation – Wild Inside the National Zoo

In this episode of Wild Inside the National Zoo, Reptile Rejuvenation, we get to meet three kinds of cold-blooded creatures that are warmly cared for: Aldabra Tortoises, a Grand Cayman iguana, and a Komodo Dragon name...

Zoo Zürich’s Snow Leopard twins: Orya and Okara

In May 2014, snow leopard twins Orya and Okara were born to mom Dshamilja and dad Villy at Switzerland's Zoo Zürich. In August, above, the sisters were filmed frolicking, falling off of hillsides, gnawing on meat, and...

Raising Red Panda Cubs Tink & Henry – Wild Inside the National Zoo

This is the story of Tink and Henry, two of ten red panda babies that were born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in 2014. Both cubs had early health problems, prompting zoo keepers to take immediate action: around th...

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