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Have you spotted a lot of FPL trucks around the zoo lately? Here's why. ow.ly/ViwQ30fhoiV
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We might be closed right now, but we still celebrated 2 very special animals on Friday for Elephant Appreciation Day and World Rhino Day. Isn't this a spectacular shot by fan, Adrian Nikonian?
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Thanks to The New Tropic for including us in this update! We are working super hard to try to re-open as soon as possible. After all, we miss you all too!! :)

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We've got our eye on a target and need YOUR help!
We’ve been chosen to participate in a special Target giving experience. By visiting either Target Store Pembroke-Pines or Target Store Cutler-Ridge up to once per day through November 5, you can support the Zoo Miami Foundation by casting a vote after checkout or at the Guest Services
counter.
Just get a token and drop it in the ZMF bucket - it's that simple!
Details: mytargetcares.com
Photo: Janelle Budell
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We're excited to announce that - after Hurricane Irma's visit to Zoo Miami - 90% of our animals are now officially back in their habitats!
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There's a teacher planning day for local schools this Thursday (9/21), so you know what that means.... mini camp at Zoo Miami!

Sign your kiddo up to get a better understanding of the palm oil industry and how it affects tigers, orangutans and rhinos. They'll also learn what they can do to help the animals affected and then get up close and personal with them!

Register here: http://www.zoomiami.org/camps#Mini+Camp
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Our Conservation & Research team found some native wildlife to be thriving after Irma this week! http://ow.ly/axVI30fcRWB
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It's was a #FoodTruckFriday Zoo Miami style here today.
Photo: Julia Klumb http://ow.ly/i/yG9kK
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The newborn Anoa, Giraffe, and Greater Kudu that were all born just before #HurricaneIrma are all doing great! ow.ly/3zno30f9NOQ http://ow.ly/i/yDitc http://ow.ly/i/yDisa
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Ron Magill tells the Today Show that, despite a lot of physical damage, all 3,000 animals here at Zoo Miami are doing well.
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