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Male Hamlet ventures onto exhibit after arriving from Kansas

A new red panda is calling Denver Zoo home after recently making its way from Garden City, KS. Hamlet, a 1-year-old male, arrived from Lee Richardson Zoo on February 14 and has now come out from behind the scenes. Weather permitting, guests can see him in his habitat, located on the southeastern side of campus, near the Zoo’s camels and Przewalski's horses.

Fabulous Boogienauts, Steve Manshel, Megan Burtt and more to perform at Denver Zoo’s largest annual fundraiser

Zoo asks for public’s voting support for USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards

Legislators recognize most popular cultural institution in state for impact on community

Giraffe Encounter, Made Possible By Toyota, will allow public to bond with Zoo’s giraffes daily

Long and Monfort will preside over Zoo’s largest fundraiser to support education

“I’m so pleased to have business and community leaders Mike Long and Dick Monfort working with us to support children’s education as Co-Chairs of the 2015 Do At The Zoo gala, set for Thursday, June 18,” says CEO and President of Denver Zoo, Shannon Block. “Proceeds raised at this year’s event will be dedicated to the Zoo’s education programs.”

Staff made the difficult decision to humanely euthanize the elderly lion 

Denver Zoo is deeply saddened to announce the death of “Baby,” a 17-year-old female South African lion. She was the last surviving member of the first pride to live in the Zoo’s Benson Predator Ridge exhibit. After she displayed a decline in health due to numerous age-related issues, staff made the difficult decision to humanely euthanize the elderly lion on the morning of March 29.

New arrival “Salvador” may be seen by visitors as a member of Zoo’s Education collection

Denver Zoo is celebrating its second-ever birth of a southern tamandua, a species of anteater. The new arrival, a male named Salvador, was born on March 12. Salvador is currently bonding with his mother, Rio, behind the scenes at the Zoo’s Gates Animal Housing Center. Visitors won’t be able to see him on exhibit, but he may meet them as a member of the Zoo’s Education collection, which provides opportunities for up-close animal encounters in programs like outreach visits, zoo classes, and VIP tours.

Visitors can see new brothers at Benson Predator Ridge now, weather permitting

Denver Zoo is thrilled to welcome two new, male African wild dogs. Jesse and Taco, 4-year-old brothers, just arrived from the Rolling Hills Zoo in Salina, KS. Zookeepers say the brothers are settling in well and visitors can see them now as they explore their new home at the Zoo’s Benson Predator Ridge exhibit, weather permitting.

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