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Growing New Life ›

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In 2019, Lincoln Park Zoo became an accredited arboretum. A dedicated team of horticulturists at the zoo closely
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Primate Preferences ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Everyone has a preference, whether it concerns a favorite sports team or the optimal route to work. Some of the earliest preferences we form are connected to food – what tastes good, is
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Play like an Animal ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Throughout learning programs at the zoo, such as Play Days at the Farm,
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This Week at the Zoo: February 24 - March 1 ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Planning a visit to Lincoln Park Zoo? Check out what’s happening at the zoo this week below to help plan your ‘to-zoo’ list:

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Nutrition Center: Feeding Species of All Kinds ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Nutrition is an essential aspect of animal care. From fresh produce to hearty hay to crunchy insects, animals at the zoo consume a variety of food items.

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Chimpanzee ‘Actors’ Find Reprieve at Lincoln Park Zoo ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

When Wildlife Waystation, an unaccredited wildlife facility in California, closed in August 2019, more than 40 chimpanzees were left in need of long-term care. Lincoln Park Zoo is proud to
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Valentine's Mates ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

‘Tis the season of love! Similar to humans, animals pair up in many different ways. Some species mate for life, while others live in groups. Some only come together to reproduce or choose to
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Gorillas on the Line ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

Lincoln Park Zoo is partnering with World Gorilla Day and institutions across the globe for Gorillas on the Line, a cell phone recycling initiative from February 1 through April 30. Zoo visitors

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#RhinoWatch: Partaking in Preventive Care ›

by Lincoln Park Zoo

#RhinoWatch continues! Romeo, who is now 8 months old, has been participating in his own healthcare. Most recently, he successfully completed a voluntary blood draw.

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