Only humans and armadillos were previously thought to give birth to identical twins. Now, the world's first twin pup has been born and it's total cuteness overload!
An Indonesia zoo welcomed a newborn baby Sumatran tiger recently. The one-week old tiger joins three additional cubs born in captivity at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, California. This is a remarkable conservation feat, as the animals are considered critically endangered.
The Toronto Zoo's newest addition is a baby Indian rhino, a species currently listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species.
Toronto Zoo's polar bear cub was recently introduced to snow, and it turns out she is a fan of the fluffy white stuff.
The Indianapolis Zoo's newest member, a newborn giraffe, needs a name. The zoo has proposed three options, which the public can vote on through Feb. 23 on Facebook.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium's polar bear cub has finally been named. The bear, with a name that combines her parents' names, is doing well. That's great news, because the survival rate of polar bear cubs is about 50 percent.
National Park Service biologists recently discovered two mountain lion kittens in the Santa Monica Mountains in California. The pair's mother is thought to be a well-tracked mountain lion designated as P-19, but DNA testing is underway to confirm who their father is. Nonetheless, researchers say this successful birth highlights the habitat quality of the Santa Monica Mountains.