CHICAGO (CBS) — If you’ve spotted skunks in Chicago, you might want to get used to them, even if you do want to keep your distance. 344 more words
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CHICAGO (CBS) — A popular, longtime resident of Lincoln Park Zoo, Molly the Amur tiger was euthanized this week because of failing health from advanced age. 260 more words
The announcement of a research partnership between Lincoln Park Zoo (Chicago) and Chimp Haven (a federally funded sanctuary for NIH retired chimpanzees) has led to increased dialogue, particularly in regards to what this means for the chimpanzees’ well-being and importantly, the kinds of activities that a sanctuary is allowed to engage with the animals under their care. 3,245 more words
Zoo-Sanctuary Partnership: Lincoln Park Zoo and Federally-funded Retired Chimpanzee Sanctuary Announce New Research Program
An article titled “Chimpanzee sanctuaries open door to more research: Collaboration aims to beef up science at retirement centers” in Science last Thursday (David Grimm, 7/28/16) was a surprising turn for some attending to the ongoing events and debates about chimpanzees in the US. 2,119 more words
Remember Addison and Clark, the two red pandas born at Lincoln Park Zoo last summer?
Well, they’re old news now because two more red pandas were born at the zoo last June! 111 more words