Los Angeles Zoo
The triple-digit temperatures may feel like an oven to most humans, but to some of the animals at the Los Angeles Zoo, the weather feels juuuust right.
Los Angeles zoos and aquariums aren’t just places to learn about animals. Take a gander at five fantastic events taking place in the month or months ahead.
With the weather warming up, it’s time to head outdoors for some quality entertainment.
A 7,100-square-foot habitat and exhibit space was unveiled Friday for the Los Angeles Zoo’s three resident jaguars.
The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens will host “Big Bunny’s Spring Fling” on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., providing a number of bunny- and egg-related programs and activities.
Los Angeles zoo officials want some help in naming its new baby kangaroo.
A rare Sumatran tiger will make his debut Friday as the newest resident of the Los Angeles Zoo.
Griffith Park is Los Angeles’ grand recreational center with more than 4,000 acres of family attractions.
Kait Hilliard, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, for the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to talk about the return of L.A. Zoo Lights.
A man who says he suffered a serious heart condition after wearing a Donkey Kong ape costume at the Los Angeles Zoo has sued Nintendo.
Plenty of the typical fun activities associated with this season can be enjoyed right here. Following are five adventures to consider when you want to get out while getting in on winter action.
Five years after the city shut down the Griffith Park drive-thru light show for construction a new holiday light experience is bringing crowds to the park.
A bighorn sheep died after breaking free from the Los Angeles Zoo.
The Los Angeles Zoo received a treat on Halloween, the first it has had in 26 years – the birth of a hippopotamus calf.
Halloween isn’t just for kids; and these events will give you some adults-only options for celebrating this All Hallows’ Eve.