The Little Guide for an Eco-Friendlier Halloween

The Little Guide for an Eco-Friendlier Halloween

The leaves are changing color, the cold is settling in, the Zoo has had a makeover; There’s no doubt about it, Halloween is upon us! How can we make this celebration a more eco-responsible event?
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Meet Thandi

Meet Thandi

We are happy to welcome a new African elephant which arrived from the Pittsburgh Zoo. Thandi, a 28-year-old female, is destined for breeding with Tutume, a 20-year-old male.
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Following the trail of dinosaurs

Following the trail of dinosaurs

Dinosaurs are among the most famous animals in the world … and yet they are among those we know the least about! Hurry and visit the Dinozoo Park before its extinction on November 3!
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7 tips for an exceptional day at the zoo

7 tips for an exceptional day at the zoo

We’re taking advantage of the approaching construction vacation period to give you 7 tips for an exceptional day at the Zoo!
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On Mission in Cameroon

On Mission in Cameroon

In 2019, Valérie Michel, an Animal Care technician, is on her third work mission in Cameroon. By viewing these pictures, you’ll learn what happened during her first two months there.
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A Feline under Close Surveillance

A Feline under Close Surveillance

The lord of the savannah’s survival is more precarious than ever: his kingdom is eroding and he’s being threatened on all sides... If nothing is done, the species may disappear by 2050.
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Increasing Our Understanding of Belugas

Increasing Our Understanding of Belugas

Our veterinarian Doctor Émilie L. Couture is collaborating with the monitoring of beluga populations of the Beaufort Sea, with the support of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative (CWHC).
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The Importance of Accredited Zoos

The Importance of Accredited Zoos

Beyond the joy sparked by a close encounter with a rare specie, accredited zoos of the world are true scientific institutions devoted to serving the conservation of our biodiversity.
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Five Course Menu

Five Course Menu

You think that deciding what to make for supper is a pain? Then imagine having close to 2,000 mouths to feed!
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Stepping out of the Beaten Path to Protect Chimney Swifts

Stepping out of the Beaten Path to Protect Chimney Swifts

The Chimney Swift is a threatened species in Canada, where its population has dropped by 95% since the 1970s. To help with its preservation, a new project was instigated in 2018.
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