It's incredibly rare to catch a glimpse of an African flamingo on the Texas coast, but if you do, it's Flamingo No. 492.
Did you know that the late drug lord Pablo Escobar flew kidnapped hippos to Colombia? Or that the African clawed frog Xenopus laevis was once used as a pregnancy test for humans?
Want to know some wild facts about wildlife? How about these: Penguins cheat on their mates, moose get drunk, and worker ants are known to laze around.
Join Live Science as we sit down with Annette Libeskind Berkovits, author of "Confessions of an Accidental Zoo Curator."
What goes on behind the scenes at a zoo? Author Annette Libeskind Berkovits, retired Senior Vice President for Education at the Bronx Zoo, has plenty of stories to tell.
The world's oldest sloth, and the last one living in Australia, has died at the Adelaide Zoo.
A newfound crab named after "Harry Potter" wizards may not be magical, but its discovery is certainly enchanting.
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