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A female clouded leopard gave birth late last month to two cubs at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Va.
Dr. JoGayle Howard, a pioneering scientist at the National Zoo who performed the procedure that produced panda cub Tai Shan, has died. She was 59.
Lek, a 1-year-old fishing cat, is now on display in Asia Trail exhibit at the zoo. Lek is expected to soon breed with Electra, the zoo's 6-year-old female fishing cat.
The zoo says Mei Xiang and Tian Tian did not mate "the natural way" last week, so Mei Xiang now has been artificially inseminated.
Stand and deliver. More like crawl, but the same idea applies to the National Zoo's contract for its two Giant Pandas.
Crowds are willing to brave the rain to see the lion cubs.
ZooLights will run Friday through Sunday nights from Dec. 3 -Dec.12 and Dec. 17 - Jan. 1.
The National Zoo's youngest kiwi chick has been given a name.
The three lion cubs born at the Smithsonian National Zoo in September are in good health after going through their first veterinary exam.
They are only a few days old, but the National Zoo's newest stars are already becoming Internet stars.
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