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China and Seychelles work together to protect fauna and flora

A high delegation from the Chinese Zoo in Beijing has called on the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture, Alain St.Ange, during their working visit to Seychelles.

Five Seychelles Aldabra Atoll giant tortoises are moving into the Virginia...

NORFOLK, VA - Five Seychelles Aldabra Atoll Giant tortoises – the second largest land tortoise in the world – are moving into the Virginia Zoo on Friday, August 13, 2010.

Hello kitty: Paris zoo announces birth of two rare clouded leopards

PARIS – A Paris zoo has announced the birth of two rare Southeast Asian clouded leopards.

Massive expansion for Al Ain wildlife park

From a simple zoo to a major reserve is the story of the Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort in the rich emirates of Abu Dhabi.

First baby panda born in Thai zoo goes on display

CHIANG MAI, Thailand – Thousands of excited visitors flocked Saturday to a zoo in northern Thailand for the first public viewing of a baby panda, which has been featured on Thai front pages almost e

Tales for tourists in Escobar’s zoo

PUERTO TRIUNFO, Colombia — African animals bought with the spoils of one of the world's most infamous drug traffickers are these days on show for thousands of tourists in a Colombian ecopark.

Panda cub expected to boost Thai tourism

Thailand - Wednesday's birth of a baby panda in the Thailand's Chiang Mai Zoo is expected to give a big boost to tourism in the northern province.

Panda bites third tourist in 2 years at China zoo

BEIJING — A panda at the Beijing zoo bit his third tourist in two years — and this time, his jaws had to be forced open to free the man, who had jumped in to retrieve his son's toy.

Panda in China zoo bites tourist who wanted a hug

BEIJING — A college student in southern China was bitten by a panda after he broke into the bear's enclosure hoping to get a hug, state media and a park employee said Saturday.

Rare white lion cubs delight tourists

(eTN) - TWO rare white lion cubs have become a hit with holidaymakers who are flocking to see them at East London's Lion Park since they were born four months ago.British tourists were among a crowd of young and old people waiting to cuddle and pat the two cubs called Casper and Mufasa yesterday.Tourists, Lynne and Robert McKenna, were ecstatic after their encounter with the cubs.