Naples Zoo Blog

Naples Zoo: The Learning Never Stops

By Kelsey Burr, Marketing Associate   You’re never too old to stop learning. At Naples Zoo, we strive to make that a reality, by offering educational programs for all ages. Our mission statement is to inspire people of all ages to respect, value and help conserve wildlife and our natural world.  By providing a variety of programs and experiences for guests, we hope to do just that.  Wild Encounters Families who want a unique behind-the-scenes experience... Read More
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Your Sweet Tooth's Connection to Asia's Long-Toothed Cat

By Tim Tetzlaff, Director of Conservation   Clouded leopards have the distinction of having the longest canines for their body size of any cat - about the same length as felines many times their size. But these toothy wonders pose no threat to people. On the other hand, our taste in sweets – along with about half our packaged goods – pose a threat to these elegant cats. Luckily, there’s an app for that. The Cats in Question Clouded leopards live in the... Read More
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South America's Rare Giants Continue to Surprise

By Tim Tetzlaff, Director of Conservation Like innocents arriving through a portal from the Pleistocene past, South America’s giant armadillos and giant anteaters naively wander a gauntlet of modern dangers. To give voice to these quiet creatures, a team of conservationists led by Dr. Arnaud Desbiez and supported by zoos continues to raise awareness as they answer foundational questions that just may let these creatures survive in the today’s Anthropocene age. Their... Read More
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