Omaha's famous zoo had a lot of activity in 2018. A roundup of all of its arrivals and departures.
The zoo says the animal likely died due to stress causing breathing or heart issues.
A female Malayan tapir calf is now on display at the Henry Doorly Zoo.
Sam was born at the zoo on July 23, 2001. He was one of two male giraffes in the zoo’s African Grasslands.
Everyone at the zoo's Bear Canyon found a new home except Starsky. Now the zoo has given him a place of his own.
A red panda at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium died unexpectedly on Tuesday.
A pygmy hippo calf was introduced to Omaha on Friday morning. The male hippo, named Silas by his keepers, was born April 30 and is finally going on display in the Lied Jungle at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium.
A 4-month-old king penguin hatched at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium this winter. After being raised by hand off-exhibit, the new chick is ready to make its debut.
Henry Doorly zookeepers carried the zoo's newest king penguin chick into the penguin exhibit for the first time on Thursday.
On Sunday, during the 11 a.m. Birds of Flight show at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, a green- winged macaw named Cayenne spotted something strange bubbling toward the zoo.
On May 24, the Omaha zoo opened the first phase of Asian Highlands, an 8-acre, $22 million exhibit on a previously undeveloped hillside on the…
Two male and four female cheetah cubs now call Omaha home. They're the best success story to date for the zoo's breeding facility, which is considered among the best in the country.
Omaha’s Indian rhinos did a whole lot of growing up this week.
A giant Olmec head in the zoo's Lied Jungle will be formally dedicated on Friday.
Bam Bam, who was born in Omaha in November 1987, will leave Omaha to free up space in Durham Bear Canyon for a new project.
It’s 8 feet long, it eats other lizards and its name means “giant lizard spirit.” And Omaha’s zoo is one of only three in the U.S. to have one.