The Dallas Zoo said Monday it plans to revamp or replace its iconic monorail ride after a mechanical failure left passengers stranded for the second time in as many years.
For 100 people at the Dallas Zoo, a Saturday afternoon ride along the monorail was the way they had to end their day of watching lions, tigers and bears.
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More than 2,000 creatures small and large at the Dallas Zoo will soon have a new facility to help them stay healthy and eat right.
North Texans will get a unique opportunity to see a rare sight starting Saturday, when animals from Australia come to the Dallas Zoo.
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For the second time in less than two weeks, an animal managed to get out inside of the Dallas Zoo’s primate habitat.
Water availability is on the minds of the City Council: During Wednesday’s briefing, they’ll begin looking at updating the city’s long-range water plans with new reservoirs and conservation efforts.
A chimpanzee at the Dallas Zoo has been sedated after briefly escaping from her enclosure but staying in an area not open to the public.
Fire fighters were called to rescue patrons stranded on the monorail at the Dallas Zoo’s Wilds of Africa exhibit after the system malfunctioned and shut down just before 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The Dallas Zoo’s baby giraffe officially has a name. She was named Jamie, after James Camden Sikes, who died of brain cancer.