San Francisco Zoo
A 10-year-old bobcat named “Inti,” who has lived behind the scenes at the San Francisco Zoo for the past decade, has been moved to a space where he can now be seen by visitors, the zoo announced Tuesday.
Four Magellanic penguin chicks have hatched this breeding season at the San Francisco Zoo, and will be on display until the end of June when they’ll head off to “Fish School,” zoo officials said.
Three endangered Chacoan peccaries—small, pig-like mammals that are native to South America—made their debut at San Francisco Zoo this weekend.
A baby red-necked wallaby made the trip from his mother’s pouch out into the world at the San Francisco Zoo in recent weeks.
Zoo officials said Wishbone was put down this week after it lost the use of its hind legs from a suspected neurological illness.
San Francisco Zoo resident Orkney, one of the oldest gray seals in captivity in North America, died Friday, zoo officials said. The seal was 42.
San Francisco Zoo officials are mourning the death of “Gene,” a 41-year-old black rhinoceros who’s been a popular figure at the zoo for many years.
The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting an initial 2.2-magnitude earthquake that shook just a few miles offshore from San Francisco Tuesday morning.
Banana Sam, the squirrel monkey that made headlines when he was stolen from the San Francisco Zoo at the end of December and was later returned, will be back on exhibit starting Saturday.
Police identified three men Tuesday who were arrested Sunday for trespassing at the San Francisco Zoo, less than two weeks after a squirrel monkey was stolen from a primate exhibit there.