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Detroit Zoo 14h
In December of 2009, six DZS animal care staff travelled to Texas to provide expert care for more than 27,000 animals seized by authorities. Read about those still living in our care 10 years later.
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Detroit Zoo 22h
You glow girl! This beautiful giraffe is only one of the 230 animal sculpture featured in this year’s Wild Lights. Purchase your tickets today:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 8
Photo of the Week! Follow us on Instagram at . @jenrhora
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Detroit Zoo Dec 7
Skate, snack, stroll and shop – there are so many fun things to do at Wild Lights! Experience the magic of the Detroit Zoo in winter and enjoy the lights and sights and holiday entertainment on select nights through January 5. Learn more:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 6
Red panda cub Keti, who is being hand-reared by DZS animal care staff, turned 5 months old on December 6. She has recently started exploring an outdoor habitat where her human caretakers are helping her develop climbing skills. Read more:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 6
is pretty as a picture with Jane and her mom Abby.
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Detroit Zoo Dec 6
Wild Lights is good as gold! Enjoy our illuminated trees, buildings, animal sculptures and much more throughout the front of the Zoo. Learn more and purchase tickets:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 6
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Detroit Zoo Dec 5
Mike, Thor and Boo found sanctuary at the Detroit Zoo eight years ago this month after their mother was killed by a poacher in Alaska. The grizzly boys now weigh approximately 900 pounds and can often be seen competing in sibling wrestling matches.
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Detroit Zoo Dec 5
Enjoy a world of pure illumination at the Detroit Zoo! Wild Lights features more than five million LED lights on trees, buildings and animal sculptures. Learn more and purchase your tickets today:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 4
accepted! Bactrain camel Suren (Mongolian for “majestic”) arrived at the Detroit Zoo in the winter of 2009 when she was just 9 months old. Ten years later, this matriarch is looking majestic as ever (shown here with her youngest calf, Tula).
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Detroit Zoo Dec 4
It’s Wildlife Conservation Day! Today and every day, we stress the importance of protecting our wildlife and their habitats. To learn about our local and global conservation efforts, click here:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 3
The Detroit Zoological Society participates in wildlife conservation on every continent. Today is Giving Zoo Day. Please make your best gift to help save endangered animals locally, nationally and around the world.
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Detroit Zoo Dec 3
Tickets to Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo make the best holiday gift! Purchase your tickets today and enjoy the lights and sights and holiday entertainment (including Rudolph in 4-D!):
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Detroit Zoo Dec 3
The Detroit Zoological Society provides unique humane education opportunities. Your gift on Giving Zoo Day helps participants of all ages to appreciate and steward nature. Make your best gift today.
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Detroit Zoo Dec 3
In December of 2009, six DZS animal care staff travelled to Texas to provide expert care for more than 27,000 animals seized by authorities. Read about those still living in our care 10 years later.
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Detroit Zoo Dec 3
Today is Giving Zoo Day! Please make your best gift to support the excellent veterinary care provided for all animals at the Detroit Zoo. Learn more:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 2
Experience the magic of the Detroit Zoo in winter as you take in the lights and the sights and enjoy holiday entertainment and special activities. Learn more and purchase tickets:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 2
Experience Snares to Wares: Capacity for Change in the Detroit Zoo’s Wildlife Interpretive Gallery. This special exhibition features one-of-a-kind animal sculptures made from illegal snare traps that threaten wildlife in East Africa. Learn more:
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Detroit Zoo Dec 2
Tomorrow is Giving Zoo Day! Show your support for the animals who live at the Detroit Zoo. Your donation will ensure that all animals at the Zoo receive excellent care. Learn more:
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