The calf was born outdoors in the giraffe habitat and took its first steps about an hour after its birth.
The calf, whose gender will be determined pending its first veterinary examination, is estimated to weigh about 150 pounds and stand more than 5 feet tall.
A well-known Detroit radio voice is speaking out about his struggle with the chronic illness.
The Detroit Zoo is going to the birds — more specially penguins — as Ron Kagan talked about a new penguin exhibit they are building that will opened by 2015.
All animals are secure and there are no concerns with animal welfare at this time, officials said.
This year the event will take place at the Detroit Zoo on Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014.
The white-nosed coati was euthanized last week at the direction of the Macomb County Health Department to test for rabies …
Those lazy days of summer are at hand but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to do with your time. All across the Detroit area, there are concerts, festivals and venues that are calling for visitors.
Detroit Zoo officials plan to travel to China to assess animal welfare practices and conduct training workshops at three of the country’s major zoos.
The Detroit Zoo is showing off some of its newest arrivals.