Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium
The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium will pay the U.S. Department of Agriculture $4,550 as part of a settlement over an investigation into the death of a 2-year-old boy who was fatally mauled when he fell into an exhibit of wild African dogs.
Kobe the polar bear at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium might be pregnant. Or not.
A Pittsburgh Zoo safety committee had concerns about a wild African dogs exhibit but the zoo didn’t make any changes before a 2-year-old boy fell into the pen last year and was mauled to death by the animals, his parents’ lawyers say in court filings that cite committee meeting minutes.
The new tiger cub at the Pittsburgh Zoo officially has a name.
Sometimes people have to step in to help the animals at the Pittsburgh Zoo when Mother Nature doesn’t fully cooperate.
Attorneys for the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium are blaming the mother of the child who was mauled to death by a pack of African Painted dogs.
The addition of a new little African elephant is being celebrated at the Vienna Zoo in Europe, and the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium played a big part in the historic birth.
Z for Zoo! KDKA to Z visited the ZOO on Thursday, October 17th with the KDKA Morning Show!
Traveling near the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium may be a bit tricky starting in September.
It is “Shark Week” on the Discovery Channel. A lot of you may be watching, thinking you’re going to skip heading into the ocean on your next beach trip. However, most sharks aren’t as big and bad as you think.
The civil lawsuit filed by the parents of Maddox Derkosh against the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium will move forward, minus some photographs after a motions hearing Tuesday.
Seals, polar bears and sharks won’t be the only ones swimming at Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium this weekend.
A camera crew gears up. Barricades are at the ready. Something’s coming down in PPG Plaza.
It was just last month the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium welcomed the birth of a brand new Western Lowland baby gorilla.
The parents of a 2-year-old boy who was fatally mauled after falling into a wild African dogs exhibit last fall have sued the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, claiming officials had ample warning that parents routinely lifted children onto a rail overlooking the exhibit so they could see better.