The Louisville Zoo wants you! Their new “Adopt-a-Garden” campaign is looking for volunteers to have your own garden at the zoo!
Still unnamed baby boy was the 20th giraffe born at the Louisville Zoo and weighed in at 130 lbs, with a size of 5 feet and 10 inches.
Other options: Drink at an art gallery or watch people who probably don't drink much compete in the Ironman
Literary evening at Day's and movie night at the zoo round out weekend highlights
Animals roll 24/7 in life, and now you can get wild with them at the zoo later into the night as the zoo extends daily hours to accomodate summer sightseers.
He's the subject of one of the biggest hit movies of the summer and the Zoo didn't waste much time landing an appearance. Prepare for a close encounter of the X kind.
Nobody produces poo like the Louisville Zoo, and they're extending their "Zoo Poopy Doo" compost and mulch sale to help get rid of the #2.
Baby elephant Scotty makes "People" magazine's sexiest pachyderms issue. OK, that's a little much, but he is most certainly a celebrity in his own right.
Louisville Zoo is sending Sam Leist to Canada to study polar bears.
Thursday afternoon Louisville Zoo said a sad goodbye to Frank, a 44-year-old geriatric male silverback western lowland gorilla who suffered from chronic arthritis and heart disease.
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