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Zoo Atlanta is a partner in protecting the critically endangered Sumatran tiger. A project is in place to convince policymakers to preserve the Aceh Forest in Sumatra, a crucial habitat for remaining tigers. #OnlyZooATL #WildlifeMattersZA
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Today, there are six subspecies of tiger remaining, and only five found in the wild. Sadly, three subspecies have already gone extinct. Learn how you can do your part in protecting and preserving this animal. #OnlyZooATL #WildlifeMattersZA
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Two years ago, Mico the golden lion tamarin experienced his first full day in the world! Since 1992, Zoo Atlanta has been a proud partner with the Golden Lion Tamarin Association, collaborating on efforts to protect these monkeys and their habitats in the Brazil’s Atlantic coastal forest. #TBT
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On August 8, "Go Grey" with us at Zoo Atlanta for World Elephant Day. Come see Tara and Kelly and learn how you can help safeguard their counterparts in the wild.
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With a bottom shell that features a hinge, the Mexican box turtle can enclose itself completely. Hopefully he won't be shy when you stop in Scaly Slimy Spectacular: The Amphibian and Reptile Experience.
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Today is World Tiger Day. These beautiful animals are disappearing rapidly. Come out to Zoo Atlanta this Saturday, as we celebrate World Tiger Day, to watch a tiger training demo at 2 p.m. and learn how you can help preserve this species. #ONLYZOOATL   #WorldTigerDay   #WildlifeMattersZA
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Can you believe there are fewer than 400 of these beautiful creatures left in the wild?
The Sumatran tiger is critically endangered as a result of poaching and habitat loss from unsustainable palm oil production. You can come see a tiger training at 2 p.m. and learn how to help protect this species on August 1, World Tiger Day. #OnlyZooATL
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Tigers are BAe but I do have my issues with the environment as well
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The green basilisk, a central American native, is known for being able to run on the surface of the water. #Ssspectacular #OnlyZooATL
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Sumatran tigers are the smallest of the tiger species. However, tigers are the largest big cats, and Chelsea’s Siberian relatives can grow up over 500 pounds. #OnlyZooATL #WildlifeMattersZA
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Just a century ago, there were 100,000 tigers in the wild. That number has shrunk to fewer than 3,200 tigers due to habitat loss, poaching, and fear-based killing. #OnlyZooATL #WildlifeMattersZA
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Pandas are often spotted in a sitting posture, but they are most likely eating. Pandas spend half the day fueling themselves with bamboo. They may appear lazy, but they climb trees and occasionally enjoy being in the water. It's only Wednesday - the pandas aren't calling it a weekend quite yet. #ZAPandas
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Tara loves getting a shower during the middle of a hot July day. Our animal care professionals invest a lot of time caring for our animals, and that includes providing enriching activities for them. #OnlyZooATL
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We envision a world in which humankind values, protects and preserves the diversity of species on Earth.

We strive to inspire people to value wildlife on Earth and to help safeguard existing species through conservation.
We do this by:

  • Providing an informative, educational, and engaging experience,
  • Being respectful and responsible stewards of the animals and the physical and financial assets entrusted to us, and
  • Engaging in related conservation activities and research.
Zoo Atlanta is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.