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Fall in Love with the Zoo! Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society Announces Boo 2020 and Zoo Attraction Openings

WEST PALM BEACH - October 8, 2020 - Fall in Florida is a great time to get outdoors and connect with nature and your family at Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society. Both animals and humans will enjoy special fall treats this season and the reopening of several Zoo attractions. Boo 2020 Grab your masks (facial coverings), and put on your costume! On October 30 and 31, the Zoo will feature a daytime, not-so-scary, socially-distanced Halloween event, Boo 2020! A DJ will be playing... Read More
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Rare Malayan Tiger Cub Trio Makes their Habitat Debut at Palm Beach Zoo Starting September 8!

WEST PALM BEACH, FL - September 6, 2020 - Starting September 8, the three Malayan tiger cubs born at Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society will be prowling and playing in their tropical tiger habitat each day with their mom, Api. The cubs are now just over three months old and ready to explore. The tigers have been living in a specialized behind-the-scenes area of the habitat specifically designed for a growing family including comfortable dens, outside yards and cameras for keeping a... Read More
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Palm Beach Zoo Announces Gender of Rare Malayan Tiger Cubs

West Palm Beach, FL - July 13, 2020 - Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is excited to announce, ‘It’s a boy, a girl, and a girl!’ The gender of the Malayan tiger cubs was officially confirmed by the Zoo’s director of animal health, Dr. Kathleen Woodie during the trio’s first medical check-up last week. “We were able to give the cubs their first vaccinations and weigh them.  I am happy to report they are healthy and thriving,” said... Read More
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Palm Beach Zoo Celebrates Malayan Tiger Cubs' One Month Birthday Milestones

WEST PALM BEACH, FL - June 8, 2020 - The three Malayan tiger cubs born at Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society on May 12, turn one-month-old this week, a key milestone in their development. “The first month of life is very important for the growth of healthy tigers,” said Palm Beach Zoo Director of Animal Care, Dr. Kathleen Woodie. “Api is a great mother, doing everything she is supposed to in nursing and caring for the cubs. They are growing and... Read More
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Roars Heard Throughout the Kingdom as Palm Beach Zoo Announces the Birth of Three Malayan Tiger Cubs

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – May 14, 2020 – Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is thrilled to announce that beloved Malayan tiger Api, gave birth to three healthy cubs. Api and her mate Kadar, are part of the Association of Zoo and Aquarium’s (AZA’s) Malayan Tiger Species Survival Plan® (SSP). The SSP® is a cooperative reproduction program that serves as an important backup population for critically endangered Malayan tigers in the wild. In April, the Zoo... Read More
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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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Braman Motorcars and Palm Beach Zoo Partner to Save Critically Endangered Malayan Tigers

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla  October 7, 2019, . – Braman Motorcars Palm Beach and Jupiter continued its support of the Palm Beach Zoo’s Malayan tiger project with a $25,000 sponsorship. “Malayan tigers are critically endangered and our role at the Zoo is to safeguard their existence for future generations to experience these rare big cats at the Palm Beach Zoo as well as protecting them in the wilds of Malaysia,” said Margo McKnight, president and CEO of Palm Beach... Read More
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