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Palm Beach Zoo Announces Endangered Malayan Tiger Api to Give Birth in May

WEST PALM BEACH – April 6, 2020 - Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society president and CEO Margo McKnight is thrilled to announce that beloved Malayan tiger Api, is expected to give birth in May. A bonded big cat pair, 10-year-old Api and her mate, 11-year-old Kadar, are part of the Association of Zoo and Aquarium’s (AZA’s) Malayan Tiger Species Survival... Read More
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Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society Announces Successful Birth of Endangered Baby Siamang

West Palm Beach, Fla., Nov. 25, 2019 – The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society joyfully announces the birth of a baby siamang. Raya and Zain, the Zoo’s siamang pair, were designated as a genetic match for breeding by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and are the proud parents of a baby boy, born October 1, 2019. “We were delighted when the AZA recommended us for breeding siamangs,” said Nancy Nill, Palm Beach Zoo Associate Curator of Animal Wellness.... Read More
at Monday, Nov 25, 2019
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