There is ALWAYS "wild" fun going on at the Lake Superior Zoo! In fact, did you know you can have a sleep over there? There are summer camp programs for learning and fun! Or, you could consider having your birthday party there. Speaking of birthday parties, you're invited to the Angolan colobus monkeys Kermit and Kaya's birthday party and watch them open their presents. Plus, you can start training now for "Run Like An Animal".
This is something the whole family can agree on (or maybe not)! The name of the new baby Colobus Monkeys at Lake Superior Zoo. This is part of the much anticipated “Boo at the Zoo” coming up this Saturday, October 12 and next Saturday, the 19th. Guests are invited to help name the two baby Angolan colobus monkeys that were born this summer at the zoo.
It's safe to say that besides dogs, one of my favorite animals are Monkeys (David Drew's too)! I'm SO excited that the Lake Superior Zoo has added yet another monkey to their family and to say they're cute is an understatement!!! This is the second Angolan Colobus Monkey born at the Lake Superior Zoo and by the picture you can see they are best of friends!
This is pretty funny. Earlier today Cathy was saying how we could be replaced by trained monkeys. I don't know if these monkeys would be able to get along any better than we do! It's a simple experiment where one monkey is rewarded with grapes, and the other is rewarded with cucumbers. The cucumber monkey's reaction is priceless!
Apparently gorillas like to back that thang up just as much as humans do. When this male gorilla isn’t out lounging in his habitat at The Calgary Zoo, there’s nothing he likes more than do a couple of spins in the water room and shake what his mama gave him. Talk about the evolution of dance.
A 12-year-old Bornean orangutan named Jorong became a viral sensation this week when video surfaced of him rescuing a seemingly injured moorhen chick from drowning in a pond inside his enclosure. The four-minute long, one-ape, one-leaf rescue effort took place at the Dublin Zoo in Ireland sometime before 2008 when Jorong was moved to a zoo in Western England as part of an international breeding program.
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