Meet the newest animals at the Kansas City Zoo!
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If you’ve been stuck in a giraffic jam on Southwest Trafficway, you may have seen the brand new Kansas City Zoo billboard.
Due to the inclement weather, for the safety of our staff and guests, the Zoo will be closing at 2 p.m. today December 17, 2016.
With no snow in the forecast, we are making our own at the Zoo this weekend! On Saturday, August 20 and Sunday, August 21, join us for SnowZoo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Our animals will be cooling off with icy treats. Join in the snowy fun this weekend.
Take a walk on the wild side and join us on Saturday, July 16 and Sunday, July 17 for a Wildly Fun weekend at the Kansas City Zoo. KCFD Elephant Baths, Hippo birthday party and more!
The Kansas City Zoo is proud to announce the names chosen for our adorable baby orangutan and baby chimpanzee born earlier this year.
Stop by the Kansas City Zoo and see if you can find Dory in the Helzberg Penguin Plaza.
The Kansas City Zoo is proud to announce the birth of a male Bornean Orangutan. Born on May 23 to Mom Josie, who is turning 14 years old later this month, he is cozying-up and tucked in close to Josie’s chest.
Two new animals from the outback are joining our koalas at the Kansas City Zoo. A male and female dingo are now on exhibit in Australia. Meet our newest canine species and see them exploring their new digs near the kangaroos.
Meet our newest cat species, a caracal named Nandi (Nan-dee). See him exploring his new digs near the lion exhibit.
Two scimitar-horned oryx calves were recently born at the Zoo and made their on exhibit debut today!
We are thrilled to welcome two new Sumatran tigers to the Kansas City Zoo. Meet the newest big cats at their exhibit on Tiger Trail!
Our goal through the Postcard to Adventure program is to provide greater flexibility so more residents will be able to visit the Zoo.