Our Mexican Gray Wolf pack at Wolf Woods welcomed a litter of pups on April 25, 2016. The fast-growing pups are full of juvenile energy, and will quickly learn wolf behaviors from the excellent examples given by parents, Zana and Flint, and their older siblings born May 2015. The Mexican gray wolf is the rarest and most genetically distinct subspecies of North American gray wolf. The Chicago Zoological Society is a partner (with U.S. Fish & Wildlife and other AZA-accredited zoos) in an ongoing program for the recovery of Mexican Gray wolves in North America. ADOPT the MEXICAN GRAY WOLVES Today!
Zachary Western Lowland Gorilla was born to 11-year-old Kamba on September 23, 2015. As he grows, Zachary continues to spend most of his time with mom, not wandering very far away from her. He will continue nursing until he is 3-4 years of age. Zachary’s birth marks four generations currently in the gorilla group at Brookfield Zoo. Kamba’s mom, Koola, and grandmother, Binti Jua, remain part of this strong, stable family group. Zachary’s father, JoJo, is one of the most genetically valuable males in the Western Lowland Gorilla Special Survival Plan. ADOPT ZACHARY Gorilla Today!
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