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Monarch Butterfly Tagging With Cleveland Museum of Natural History

In September, Northeast Ohio experienced peak monarch migration, with the species massing along the Lake Erie shoreline before heading south to Mexico for the winter. Learn the simple method that CMNH staff uses to tag the butterflies, as well as why tracking their migration is important for the species. ...
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Dalia Gets a Mud Bath at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

Watch Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Eastern black rhinoceros calf, Dalia, get her very first mud bath! Not only is rolling in the mud fun for her, it's a natural behavior with a purpose. ...
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Greater Cleveland Aquarium Shares 10 Things You Might Not Know About SCUBA Diving

In honor of the Greater Cleveland Aquarium's 10th anniversary, 10 of its divers share 10 things you might not have thought about when it comes to SCUBA. Watch to learn all about this unique profession! ...
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First Ever Family of Trumpeter Swans is Nesting in Cleveland Metroparks

The first family of trumpeter swans to ever nest in Cleveland Metroparks has been observed by Cleveland Metroparks Natural Resources team! The historic sighting of the species — which nearly went extinct — follows more than 25 years of conservation efforts by staff at Cleveland Metroparks and Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. ...
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Red Panda Training Tales With Akron Zoo

Lulu, Akron Zoo's red panda, is a big fan of training sessions because usually grapes are involved! During this training session, Keeper Lisa is able to get a weight on Lulu and target her along some branches. This allows Lisa to monitor Lulu for any potential injuries. ...
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Kayembe Update From Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

It’s been a busy summer for Kayembe, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's baby gorilla! At almost 10 months old and weighing in at a little over 16 pounds, he’s becoming more independent and showing interest in solid foods. ...
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10 Unexpectedly Adorable Animals at Greater Cleveland Aquarium

Some animals are straight up adorable: otters, koalas, axolotls, penguins. But beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and some people go for the more non-traditionally attractive animals. In honor of the Greater Cleveland Aquarium's 10th anniversary, Marketing Director Sam shares 10 not-so-cuddly GCA cuties. ...
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Dalia’s Debut: Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Baby Rhino Explores Habitat

Watch Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Eastern black rhinoceros calf, Dalia, explore the outdoor rhino habitat for the very first time! Guests can now visit Dalia outside during regular zoo hours. Viewing is best during the mornings as she acclimates to her new space. ...
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Learn About Monarch Butterflies With Cleveland Museum of Natural History

The monarch butterfly recently was listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which is a global organization that documents species and their conservation status.  ...
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Porcupine Training Tales: Becoming an Akron Zoo Animal Ambassador

Mirabel is the Akron Zoo's newest animal ambassador, which means she will go out on programs to schools, libraries and other community locations. Learn about her training and see how she's doing in this video that features Mirabel and the zoo's Animal Ambassador Keeper, Jenn. ...
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