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Articles in "Animals"

Ming is a white bunny with brown ears and nose, who is very lucky to be taken in by the Colorado House Rabbit Society. He is one of the 168 rabbits rescued by Nancy LaRoche, who is the owner of the shelter in Broomfield.

Did you know that Orangutans are the largest tree living mammal? Or that orangutan strength is 7 times greater than a human’s?

Peter is one lucky pig to be rescued by Luvin Arms Farm Animal Sanctuary.

 On September 24,2016 the Denver Zoo opened an exhibit featuring 15 beautiful sculptures of sea life- all constructed from trash found on the Pacific shoreline.

The Denver Zoo recently introduced four new ‘cubs’ to their Predator Ridge exhibit. Born on May 17 2015, the four brothers Kito (meaning jewel), Bahati (meaning lucky), Usiku (meaning night), and Jasiri (meaning adventurous) have caused newfound excitement to sprout within the zoo. “They're kind of like the second generation of Predator Ridge,” Hollie Colahan, Vice President of Animal Care says, “The cats that we opened this exhibit with over ten years ago are gone and now we have this new group.”

A passionate zookeeper is spreading his love for animals across the globe!

Rhinoceroses. The great relative of the elephant. There are 5,055 left in the wild. That is why the Denver Zoo is lucky to have received a new member of the zoo family, Rudy the rhinoceros.

This true story about an American hero will leave you wanting more!

I stood there watching the two companions, Duke and Maverick, playing in the waves. They weren’t good conversationalists. They talked a lot but I couldn’t understand them.

When someone thinks of a service dog they usually picture a police or seeing eye-dog, but one canine that is out of the picture is the loveable and courageous hearing dog. 

The new trend is keeping chickens in your own backyard.

The birth of Ember the Bornean orangutan in October has sparked much excitement for the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and the many staff members and zoo visitors.

Was it really worth leaving Aunt Lucy and Darkest Peru behind? 

 Waiting for Unicorns written by Beth Hautala is a great book. Though the writing isn’t Harper Lee she paints a unique story that will leave you turning the page.

Come see the new baby fossa pup at the Denver Zoo

Suzannah loves animals.  But there is one problem, she lives in an apartment that doesn't allow pets.

Cavalia Odysseo is a breathtaking performance that is difficult to put into words.


The Denver Zoo is home to four clouded leopards, an endangered species that lives in Southeast Asia. Now the zoo is raising another three of these rare cubs at the Toyota Elephant Passage.

The Denver Zoo is more than just a place where people come to see animals. 

Learn in a wild way at the Denver Zoo.

This article shows what the Denver Zoo and Rocky Mountain Wild is doing to make the public more aware about Pika in and around Colorado. Pika are becoming less and less prominent and these programs are trying to figure out why?

Help the animals get the chance the chance that they deserve