The First Spring Outings

The First Spring Outings

Next May 13 will be Mother’s day, is often associated with the first beautiful spring days. At Zoo de Granby we like to take advantage of these first pleasant days to do our spring cleaning.
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Green actions at the zoo: essential gestures

Green actions at the zoo: essential gestures

Last Sunday was Earth Day, a time to raise awareness about the global impact our daily actions have on our health and environment.
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Connaissez-vous bien le requin?

Victime de nombreux préjugés, le requin est le grand seigneur des mers du monde. Mais bien loin d’être le prédateur sanguinaire dépeint par Hollywood, il a plus à craindre de l’humain que l’inverse.
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What do you know about sharks?

What do you know about sharks?

Victims of prejudices, sharks are the great lords of the world’s oceans. However, far from being the bloodthirsty predator depicted in Hollywood movies, sharks have more to fear than any human.
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Two births that marked 2017

Two births that marked 2017

As we review all the events of 2017, we look back at two births that marked the year: Coumba the hippopotamus and Sakura, the little japanese macaque.
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Enrichment activities: a Must for the Zoo!

Enrichment activities: a Must for the Zoo!

In a zoo context, the physical and psychological health of our animals is strongly linked to a stimulating environment. This is why it is essential to enrich the daily activities of our animals.
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Venomous or poisonous?

Venomous or poisonous?

Would you be able to take on the role of apprentice-witch and find out how venomous organisms differ from other poisonous ones? Let’s have some fun!
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Working to protect Gorillas

Working to protect Gorillas

There are fewer than 200,000 Western Lowlands gorillas throughout 6 African countries. Although they have undeniable strength, they are confronted by several threats that endanger their existence...
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Learning on two, four of even eight legs!

Learning on two, four of even eight legs!

Most of us associate fall with the idea of going back to school. If spelling and counting symbolize what is taught to humans, intelligence is described in different ways in the animal world.
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Well adapted to summer's heat

Well adapted to summer's heat

As temperatures rise, people develop different strategies to counter the effects of summer’s intense heat! Animals have their own ways of coping with the season’s hot weather…
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