Niv, a four-year-old Indonesian black macaque, has made friends with a chicken that wandered into her cage at an Israeli zoo.
The last survivors of a Gaza zoo, where dozens of animals died of starvation and children petted stuffed carcasses, left on Wednesday for sanctuary outside the Palestinian territory.
A city in northwestern Ukraine authorized the placing of a traveling zoo on the mass grave of thousands of Jewish Holocaust victims, a leader of the country’s Jewish community said.
A Spanish neo-Nazi dressed in military uniform was mauled by three lions after climbing into their enclosure in a Barcelona zoo.
Six days after globally pioneering surgery to correct his slipped disc, the giant Syrian bear is moving his legs beautifully, says Sagit Horowitz, spokeswoman for the Ramat Gan Zoological Park.
A Danish zoo’s slaying of healthy animals proves that animal welfare concerns are a false justification for Denmark’s recent ban on ritual slaughter, a prominent European rabbi charged.
Marius, a giraffe at the Copenhagen Zoo, was killed and slaughtered to avoid inbreeding. But who knew that the long-necked mammal is kosher?
The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo is welcoming a new male lion from Sweden.
Brooklyn Torah Animal World, an idiosyncratic collection of stuffed animals the New York Post has called “NYC’s weirdest museum,” is set to close due to financial hardship.
Some still recall the roar of caged lions punctuating the long nights during the siege of Sarajevo.