The Smithsonian’s collections were in the news this week: Recent acquisitions, commissioned artworks and jars full of old tapeworms. Continue reading ICYMI: Highlights from the week that was Nov. 5 – Nov. 11, 2017
After being rejected by his mother, the National Zoo’s nine-week-old Sumatran tiger cub was transported Sept. 11 morning to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, where he will grow up with a young male Bengal tiger cub. UPDATED with new adorable video! Continue reading Selamat tinggal, little tiger!
UPDATED Your kitty may be a great cat, but we’re celebrating the birth of a really Great Cat at the National Zoo! Continue reading Another success story for the Sumatran tiger
The National Zoo won top honors for its Endangered Song Project, designed to raise awareness of the plight of critically endangered Sumatran tigers. Continue reading 400 songs, 400 tigers: Top honors to the Zoo for “Endangered Song”
Two rare Sumatra tiger cubs were born at the Zoo Aug. 5. The cubs represent a major conservation success for this critically endangered species. Continue reading It’s grrrrreat! Two rare Sumatran tiger cubs have been born at the Zoo.
Damai, a rare and genetically valuable tiger, hasmade her public debut at the National Zoo. Continue reading New tiger on the prowl at the Zoo