Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium
The animal family at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium recently got a little bigger. The Zoo announced that Zoey gave birth to a female sea lion pup in a press release Friday morning.
The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is mourning the loss of its baby gorilla. The 3-and-a-half month old male died suddenly over the weekend, despite round-the-clock efforts to save its life.
The escape of several rare African Painted Dogs from their main exhibit area temporarily shut down the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Saturday morning.
There is a new baby at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium and the animal comes with quite the story of survival. A newborn sea otter has been through a lot in just nine weeks of life.
An 18-year-old Komodo dragon at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium has died.
The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium has welcomed yet another new addition to their family.
Penguins will enjoy public walks among us – and we’re not talking about the hockey players – during the event Penguins on Parade, which will take place throughout February and March.
The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is welcoming a new member to its family in hopes of making a polar bear love connection.
Join NewsRadio 1020 KDKA and the National Kidney Foundation on November 6th at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium for the 2011 Pittsburgh Kidney Walk! The Kidney Walk is a fundraising, non-competitive, one-mile marked route inside […]
The alligator at the Beaver Run Reservoir in Westmoreland County is apparently still on the loose.
After several days of public pressure, local officials say they will attempt to rescue an alligator that found its way into the Beaver Run Reservoir.
The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium’s newest addition was named after a former Pittsburgh mayor Monday morning.
No matter your budget, interests or the size of your family, there are plenty of fun day trips to take around Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh zoo works hard to conserve natural resources and to create research projects supporting the preservation of species in the wild. In keeping with that mission, three Amur tiger cubs were born at the zoo in September, 2010 and are thriving.
It’s been just over six months since the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium celebrated the birth of three rare tiger cubs. They’re growing up fast and are now ready to meet visitors.