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Video and photos: Newborn gorilla makes debut at Lincoln Park Zoo

A new reason for families to swing over to Lincoln Park Zoo: A western lowland gorilla was born there this week. Visitors can get their first glimpse starting Saturday. 238 more words


VIDEO: Lincoln Park Zoo's Newest Baby Gorilla Is Objectively The Cutest Thing Ever

As a journalist, it can often be difficult to balance facts and point of view in a story to deliver an ethical and objective view for the reader. 330 more words


Lincoln Park Zoo Hopes Love Is In The Air For Red Pandas

(STMW) – Two new red pandas are cozying up to their new digs at Lincoln Park Zoo, where officials are hoping some love in the air this Valentine’s Day weekend will make sparks fly for the endangered pair. 152 more words


The Tonic of Zoo Animals

With my first month passed in Chicago in years I made sure to meet again with the city’s public animals. The years away (in the simple warmth of the hinterland, under the unconscious shadow of regional history, protected by social contract written in local long-hand) — how had they built this appetite to attend the zoos and aquarium? 432 more words

Showing Your Stripes

We’re not the only ones trying to stay warm in the midst of a Chicago winter.

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What Better A Time Than Winter For Snow Monkeys To Show Up At Lincoln Park Zoo?

The snow monkeys are making their home at Lincoln Park Zoo.

They just arrived from Japan and will call a new exhibit at the zoo home. 59 more words


Japanese Macaques Move Into New Exhibit At Lincoln Park Zoo

(CBS) — Monkeys you’ve seen pictured in hot springs with snow on their heads have moved into Lincoln Park Zoo.

The troop of eight Japanese macaques will be meeting the public starting May 1, and were introduced to the news media Wednesday morning in the new Regenstein macaque Forest which includes 10 of 20-foot tall tree replicas with multiple climbing branches, grass, rocks, a waterfall and pool heated to 90 degrees, as well as a Japanese snow lantern. 279 more words