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Bio Situated on 42 acres of beautiful gardens, Philadelphia Zoo is home to nearly 1,300 animals, many rare and endangered.
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Philadelphia Zoo is saddened to announce the passing of female polar bear, Coldilocks, who was euthanized due to recent serious decline in her health. Born on December 13, 1980 at Seneca Park Zoo, Coldilocks arrived at Philadelphia Zoo on October 6, 1981. At age 37, Coldilocks well surpassed the typical lifespan for polar bears and was the oldest polar bear in the country. During her many years in Philadelphia, Coldilocks delighted people of all ages and inspired them to care about polar bears and conservation issues endangering them. Those wishing to support Coldilocks’ legacy are encouraged to donate to Polar Bears International, an organization devoted to polar bear conservation and the sea ice they depend on. Link in bio.
MEMBERSHIP SALE EXTENDED! We're extending our Presidents' Day sale through today ONLY - save 15% on any membership when you purchase online using code EAGLE18. Link in bio.
Want to get up-close with our lion pride?! How about seeing these magnificent felines directly overhead in our Zoo360 trails?! Join the pride this Presidents' Day weekend!
Did you know 2018 has been named #YearOfTheBird?! This #PresidentsDay weekend we're reminded of this intelligent and powerful animal - a national symbol portrayed on the Presidential Seal, the official symbol of the office of the President of the United States! #phillyzoo #philadelphiazoo #baldeagle #eagle #birdofprey
Happy 2nd birthday to black-and-white ruffed lemur siblings, Lincoln, Theodore and Quincy! Three brothers, each named after U.S. presidents, celebrated today with treats and a birthday cake! Stop by PECO Primate Reserve throughout President’s Day weekend to visit them and learn more about the species! Link in bio!