SEVEN baby lions were born at Himeji Central Park in Japan in the month of June and eoqigoijrigorjigjosidvmiefmwief. No, seriously: sdguhweurofhiehwf!!!!!!!
A southern pudu, the world’s smallest deer was born at the Wildlife Conservatory Society’s Queens Zoo last month and she is nothing short of adorable.
BG the Badger wants to follow you.
A gorilla at the Dallas Zoo has to spend his life getting screamed at by toddlers. But he doesn’t have to like it.
Tina Fey went to the Cape May Zoo yesterday and this happened.
Iris Apfel took a daytrip to London Zoo with British designer Duro Olowu, and Nowness went along to film their fun times.
Evan Rachel Wood patiently waits her turn in the background.
It’s too exciting even imagining all the fun you could have with an elephant pal!
Good luck trying to escape from these zookeepers. They fire first and ask questions later.
Anori spent her day playing with toys, hanging out with her mom, swimming, and eating birthday cake. In other words, she had the perfect day.
The Phnom Tamao Zoo and Wildlife Rescue Center has launched a new initiative to care for pangolins injured from the wildlife trade in Cambodia. Their groundbreaking was blessed by a Buddhist monk.
Pike, a resident of the San Francisco Zoo, turned 30 last week and celebrated with 10 tons of man-made snow and frozen blocks of fish. Sounds like a blast!
“Yayyyyyyy we get to eat pumpkins!”
No tools, ma! This leopard lives at the Houston Zoo.
The Taronga Zoo in Australia claims to have a pair of sooty owl chicks named Phoenix and Dragon. Are we really supposed to believe that?
This one-month-old white lion lives at the Leon’s Zoo in Guanajuato, Mexico. He is really something else.
The rare red pandas were born in June at the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo just outside of London. The twin little girls decided to show themselves to the world today, and they did NOT disappoint.
Every August over 16,000 animals at the London Zoo have their height and weight recorded. As you can see, the animals absolutely love it!
The El Paso Zoo wins the “first zoo to lip-dub to Carly Rae” contest. Better late than never for tortoise cleaners, parrots, sea lions, tamarins, and zookeepers to all adorably dork out.
D’awwwwwwww. Monday just got a little more tolerable.
The two went to the Central Park Zoo where they fed the animals. Good to see them both looking so happy!
The ex-Presidential candidate takes one last zoo tour with the press. NBC News’ Andrew Rafferty has the play-by-play.
Does it not? And it’s wearing a little gibbon sweater. Jesus. And its little gibbon name is Knuppy. Double Jesus.
Well, this is all sorts of d’awwwwww. So adorable, so thoughtful.
Over two minutes of his 16-minute biographical film is devoted to his love of animals. Including the time he tried to get his hometown to open a zoo.