Smithsonian’s National Zoo
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo is celebrating International Cheetah Day with lots of spots with 10 genetically valuable cheetah cubs from two litters, which were born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in November.
The National Zoo is currently home to about 2,000 animals from 400 different species, but it had to start somewhere.
Both of the National Zoo’s tiger cubs have passed their swim test.
The National Zoo’s panda cub is growing fast.
A new Asian elephant is being introduced to the other elephants at the National Zoo and will begin sharing the same living space.
Rusty the Red Panda will make his much anticipated return to his exhibit Tuesday morning.
The National Zoo is inviting its Facebook fans to name the male sloth cub that was born in December.
Ever since scientists detected a rise in giant panda Mei Xiang’s urinary estrogens on March 26, the National Zoo has been abuzz with talk of another baby for the 14-year-old bear.
Twin Andean bear cubs born at the National Zoo in December received clean bills of health Wednesday.
LANHAM, Md. (CBSDC)- Angry Birds make for happy apes. OK, maybe not Angry Birds. But orangutans at the National Zoo are enjoying an assortment of iPad apps as part of an enrichment program called Apps […]