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Search Results | Page 496248 | Smithsonian’s National Zoo

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Always free of charge, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo is one of Washington D.C.’s, and the Smithsonian’s, most popular tourist destinations, with more than 2 million visitors from all over the world each year. The Zoo instills a lifelong commitment to conservation through engaging experiences with animals and the people working to save them.
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Always free of charge, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo is one of Washington D.C.’s, and the Smithsonian’s, most popular tourist destinations, with more than 2 million visitors from all over the world each year. The Zoo instills a lifelong commitment to conservation through engaging experiences with animals and the people working to save them.
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Three Female Elephants from Calgary Zoo to Join National Zoo in Spring of 2014 | Smithsonian’s National Zoo

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The Smithsonian’s National Zoo will welcome three female Asian elephants –Kamala, Swarna and Maharani– next spring, expanding the Zoo’s existing herd to seven. They will be on loan from the Calgary Zoo in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, which announced in April 2012 that it would relocate its elephants based on their long-term welfare needs.
This is Rubenstein’s second major gift to the National

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Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute Renews Giant Panda Breeding Agreement | Smithsonian’s National Zoo

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Giant pandas, which have been icons and ambassadors for the efforts to save the species in Washington, D.C., since 1972, will continue to live at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo through the end of 2020. The new breeding agreement signed by Zoo Director Dennis Kelly and Li Qingwen, deputy secretary general of the China Wildlife and Conservation Association (CWCA), will take
Smithsonian Board of Regents, pledged a second $4.5 million gift

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Celebrate the Season at ZooLights December 4 through January 2 | Smithsonian’s National Zoo

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Tickets are now on sale for ZooLights, the National Zoo’s 3rd annual winter celebration, featuring sculptures of the Zoo’s animals in LED lights. ZooLights, powered by Pepco, will take place December 4-13 (Friday through Sunday nights) and December 18-January 2 (every night except Dec. 24, 25, and 31) from 6-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 for Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ)
the Zoo will collect nonperishable foods in their gift

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Always free of charge, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo is one of Washington D.C.’s, and the Smithsonian’s, most popular tourist destinations, with more than 2 million visitors from all over the world each year. The Zoo instills a lifelong commitment to conservation through engaging experiences with animals and the people working to save them.
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Japanese Giant Salamanders At The Zoo | Smithsonian’s National Zoo

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One of Japan’s „special natural treasures“ is now among the National Zoo’s most valued scientific gems, after a voyage that has united two cultures in an international conservation effort. The City of Hiroshima Asa Zoological Park gave the Zoo Japanese giant salamanders. These salamanders will be the foundation of a new long-term breeding program in the United States and may
But with this gift, the Zoo hopes to become the first

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