2017 Press Releases

2017 Press Releases

12.15.17 PRESS RELEASE: Naples Zoo Welcomes Wild Florida Panther Kitten
     -Photo: Athena by the pool
     -Photo: Athena in the bushes
     -Photo: Athena in the bushes (side look)


9.25.17 PRESS RELEASE: Welcome Back Weekend at Naples Zoo (see below for photos of the initial damage from Hurricane Irma)
     -Photo: Honey Badger trail
     -Photo: Bear trail Coyote side, Bear trail Lemur side
     -Photo: Coyote trail damage
     -Photo: Macaw exhibit damage
     -Photo: Fosa exhibit damage
     -Photo: Cypress Hammock damage
     -Photo: Rainforest Grove damage
     -Photo: Panther building damage
     -Photo: Pandanas tree damage by Cheetah exhibit
     -Photo: Damage across from Anteater exhibit
     -Photo: Flooded trail
     -Photo: Kapok tree downed
 


Captain America - Feeding a giraffe at Naples Zoo! 

Captain America image from Marvel

Iron Man image from Marvel 

Clouded Leopards

Clouded Leopards 

Clouded Leopards 

Clouded Leopards 

Sunny Days Clouded Leopards

SOUTH AMERICA'S RARE GIANTS

PRESS RELEASE DOWNLOADS: PDF, VIDEO, and HIGH RES IMAGES
South America's Rare Giant Continue to Surprise (PDF)

VIDEO OF BABY GIANT ARMADILLO


 

HIGH RES IMAGE: Dr. Arnaud Desbiez (right) during a visit to Naples Zoo in 2015 poses with Tim the Baby Giant Armadillo's Namesake: Naples Zoo Director of Conservation Tim L. Tetzlaff Photo Credit: © Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens

GIANT ANTEATER PHOTOS:
 

HIGH RES IMAGE: A giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) sniffs the air on his daily patrol to find insects in the Brazilian Pantanal. Photo Credit: © Jason Woolgar.

HIGH RES IMAGE: A giant anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) in his home at Naples Zoo in Florida. Photo Credit: © Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens.

HIGH RES IMAGE: Head Veterinarian Danilo Kluyber monioring a giant anteater during a medical exam. This giant anteater and others will be part of a new four-year study called Anteaters & Highways. The goal is to help save this species from dying on the roads. Photo Credit: © Fergus Gill / Maramedia

 

 

 

 


HIGH RES IMAGE: Head Veterinarian Danilo Kluyber (left) and Dr. Arnaud Desbiez perform a medical exam on a giant anteater prior to placing a GPS harness on it. The GPS unit will transmit the anteater's movements to the team for them to analyze in hopes of finding ways to save them from dying on the roads as part of the Anteaters & Highways project. Photo Credit: © Fergus Gill / Maramedia

 

HIGH RES IMAGE: Head Veterinarian Danilo Kluyber (left) and Dr. Arnaud Desbiez monitor a giant anteater returning to its home following a medical exam and placement of GPS harness as part of the Anteaters & Highways research project to save this iconic species. Photo Credit: © Fergus Gill / Maramedia

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