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Philadelphia Zoo  Situated on 42 acres of beautiful gardens, Philadelphia Zoo is home to nearly 1,300 animals, many rare and endangered.

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ICYMI: We’re happy to introduce the newest members of our red panda family, brothers, Yeren and Ping Jing! The twin brothers are doing well after their first physical and are currently off-exhibit being cared for by their mother, Spark. The youngsters will make their public debut early this fall so stay tuned for updates from our two new additions! #redpanda #cubs #baby #brothers #zoobabies #zooborn #SavingSpecies #phillyzoo #philadelphiazoo #EndangeredSpecies

Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating our first-ever #OktoBEARfest #phillyzoo #philadelphiazoo

CHEERS! Our wild autumn #OktoBEARfest event is finally here!

Red is ready for #OktoBEARfest! Stop by KidZooU to meet with our mini horse!

And so it begins! Our first-ever #OktoBEARfest is finally here!

Happy #InternationalRedPandaDay! Today we’re especially happy to introduce the newest members of our red panda family, brothers, Yeren and Ping Jing born June 22nd! The twin brothers are doing well after their first physical and are currently off-exhibit being cared for by their mother, Spark. The youngsters will make their public debut early this fall so stay tuned for updates from our two new additions! #redpanda #cubs #baby #brothers #zoobabies #zooborn #SavingSpecies #phillyzoo #philadelphiazoo #EndangeredSpecies

Lose the pumpkin spiced latte and grab a seasonal brew at #OktoBEARfest tomorrow! Enjoy unlimited sampling of 100+ beers and ciders, live music and entertainment, local food truck vendors all while welcoming the autumn season exploring America's first zoo! Buy tickets now! Link in bio.

Happy #FrogFridayThe black Cajas stubfoot toad was the first ‘Lost Frog’ that our team in Ecuador found. Its scientific name, Atelopus nanay, literally means the “sad stubfoot toad”. Nanay is the word for sadness and frustration in quechua, the native tongues of the people of the Andes and makes reference to the fact that the species was feared extinct before it was described for science. We currently have a thriving captive born population at Zoo Amaru in Cuenca, Ecuador.

Don't miss your favorite beer vendors at #OktoBEARfest this weekend! Download our event map or purchase tickets. Link in bio!

#TBT to one of our favorite photos of Stella and with her daughter, Abby! #phillyzoo #philadelphiazoo #giraffe

Please note the Zoo will close at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 16 for our OktoBEARfest celebration. Purchase tickets at philadelphiazoo.org/oktobearfest

Did you know, just as humans are identified through their own unique fingerprints, tigers can be identified by their individual stripe patterns?

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