Tuesday, December 6, 2022

About the Western Lowland Gorilla

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DESCRIPTION The gorilla is the largest of the living primates. Western lowland gorillas have brownish-gray coats. This fur covers the animal’s entire body, except...

The mountain lion is back on the prowl

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Did you hear the good news? Mountain lion populations are recovering across the Midwest. Three cheers for conservation! Felis concolor (meaning “cat of one color”)...

Museum of Living Art

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Visit the Fort Worth Zoo’s national award-winning Museum of Living Art!   The Fort Worth Zoo’s, Museum of Living Art (MOLA), a premier, award-winning herpetarium, brings...

Saving River Terrapins in Asia

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The Zoo’s gharials are often a guest favorite at the Museum of Living Art, but these crocodilians aren’t alone in their exhibit. Look into...

Breaking the bat myth

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Sometimes there’s no time to venture out to a remote location in search of wildlife. That’s why I love to explore my favorite cities...

About the Painted Terrapin

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Description During the breeding season, male painted terrapins display white coloring on their heads with a red stripe between their eyes. However, female and...

About the mountain lion

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DESCRIPTION The mountain lion is the second-largest cat living in the Americas. (The jaguar is the largest.) Males are 3 to 6 feet long...

The Critically Endangered Gharial

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The gharial may look like a dinosaur from another time, but it is actually a rare crocodilian species that live in the river systems...

About the Mexican long-nosed bat

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HABITAT The Mexican long-nosed bat lives in desert scrub and open forest habitats. During the day, the bat avoids the sun by roosting in...

About the Black Rhino

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DESCRIPTION A mature black rhino weighs 1,800 to 3,000 pounds. It is between 10 and 12 feet long and approximately 5 feet tall. Skin...