Posted August 2, 2016 by Kitty Devine

Today is National Coloring Book Day! And that means it is a great time to consider getting some animal coloring books. If you haven't taken up this hobby yet then this might be the time to consider it. Animal lovers can get started with a Zoo Animals Coloring Book, a WIld Animals Coloring Book, or a Baby Animals Coloring Book.

Posted June 21, 2016 by Ron Callari

Zimbabwe currently faces a moral dilemma that doesn’t seem to have an
easy solution. On the one hand, the natives face the most devastating
drought their region has incurred in years. It places million of lives
(both humans and wildlife) at critical risk. Rainfall is not expected in
the country any time soon and President Rober Mugabe has declared a “state of disaster.” But on the other hand . . .

Posted May 19, 2016 by Ron Callari

Everyone loves seeing a giraffe in motion. Their supple sinuous bodies
seem to glide across the African plains whenever their caught in photos,
on film or at the movies. But it’s their long sleek serpentine necks
that distinguishes them from just about every other form of wildlife. So
different, that one needs to ask how that remarkable attribute came to
be?

Posted April 8, 2016 by John P. Barker

Where's the best place for kids to see animals?  The zoo, of course!  Not only are many zoos the home to exotic animals, but they are also bastions of conservation and rescue.  Watching kids and animals interact can be quite fun, as shown in this video...

Posted April 1, 2016 by Kitty Devine

If your kitchen wasn't enough of a zoo at breakfast time, you can now really get it there with the totally cool Animal Shapes Waffle Maker.

Posted January 31, 2016 by Rebecca West

Recently, a rare white giraffe was spotted within the confines of
Tanzania's Tarangire National Park. The youngster was traveling within a
group of mature Masai giraffes, and she stands out like a sore thumb.

Posted January 3, 2016 by John P. Barker

Every year has to begin with baby steps.  It is a new beginning for many in the world--including these little cuties!

Posted October 26, 2015 by Lady Bee

Researchers are learning some spooky stuff about animal communication
and what the 'calls of the wild' mean. Can you believe that even their
zookeepers never heard resident giraffes exchange vocalizations? I'll
report why, along with what a certain male monkey doesn't possess if his
calls are low and loud, and which house cats have the biggest
attitudes.  Plus there's news about ....