BRRRRRR! IT’S COLD OUTSIDE!

BRRRRRR! IT’S COLD OUTSIDE!

Alors que tuque, mitaines et doudoune ne semble souvent pas suffisants pour braver le froid, de nombreuses espèces animales vaquent allègrement à leurs activités sous les -30 degrés: comment font-ils?
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5 ECO-RESPONSIBLE RESOLUTIONS TO ADOPT

5 ECO-RESPONSIBLE RESOLUTIONS TO ADOPT

January is the ideal month for looking back at what we’ve accomplished over the last twelve months … it’s also the perfect time to make significant, positive changes, and not only for us!
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Scientific Studies Carried Out at the Zoo de Granby

Scientific Studies Carried Out at the Zoo de Granby

How zoos define animal welfare has evolved and has greatly expanded over the years. We have gone from animals that “survive in captivity” to healthy animals that reproduce themselves.
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A veterinarian from the zoo in the Far North for a beluga's study

A veterinarian from the zoo in the Far North for a beluga's study

Scientists and community members from the Inuvialuit Settlement Region worked together to tag beluga whales in the Mackenzie Delta, NWT, to learn more about the Beaufort Sea beluga whale population.
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Are Your Treats Threatening Our Biodiversity?

Are Your Treats Threatening Our Biodiversity?

Devons-nous nous questionner sur le choix des friandises que nous offrons à l'Halloween?
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A Horror Story for Bats

A Horror Story for Bats

A fungus that penetrates the skin while the victim is asleep and kills it by draining all its energy! Enough to give you the shivers?
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Observe the snow leopard live with Camera Explora

Observe the snow leopard live with Camera Explora

Thanks to the Explora Camera , you can observe the snow leopards live, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Discover their world.
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The Zoo Wins a Prestigious Award at the CAZA Convention

The Zoo Wins a Prestigious Award at the CAZA Convention

The Zoo de Granby has just received the Peter Karsten Conservation Award for its conservation and improvement projects at the Boisés-Miner during the annual CAZA convention.
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A First at the Zoo de Granby:  The Extraordinary Hatching of an Andean Condor Egg!

A First at the Zoo de Granby: The Extraordinary Hatching of an Andean Condor Egg!

After many years of unsuccessful reproduction attempts for our Andean condors, the year 2018 will be a memorable one with the hatching, a few days ago, of the first chick!
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Naissance d'un bébé colobe

Frida, âgée de 5 ans et arrivée au Zoo que depuis avril 2017, a donné naissance pour la première fois. Le personnel responsable y porte une attention particulière pour que tout se passe bien.
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