A major cultural event based on the campus of Lincoln Center on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the festival has had to make significant adjustments this year due to COVID-19. Film at Lincoln Center, the organization that puts on the fest, had hoped to preserve some in-theater aspects of the event. With New York state officials holding firm on their theater restrictions and the New York City exhibition market still locked down, that option expired. … [Read more...] about New York Film Festival Adds Bronx Zoo As Drive-In Screening Site
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You can also opt to help scrub down an elephant as the staff gives the animal a bath (Thursdays from 10 to 10:45 a.m.; $800 for six members and $850 for six nonmembers) and score a custom painting created by the herd during your experience ($200 per painting). … [Read more...] about Paintings by an elephant, selfies with a tortoise — Houston Zoo offering animal encounters
“Unfortunately, the rescue comes too late for two lions that died during an attempted transfer at the end of July after local animal handlers set a fire in their enclosure to force them into their transport crates,” Bauer said in a statement released on Saturday. … [Read more...] about ‘World’s loneliest elephant’ okayed to quit zoo for new life
The Animal Husbandry Board and Mysuru Zoo authority too thanked and appreciated the fans for their contribution towards the noble cause. Let us tell us that the 'Adoption of Animal' Scheme at Mysuru Zoo has completed its 20 years recently. The scheme indeed attracted the attention of the people to come forward to donate and be a part of the celebrated initiative. The scheme came as a breath of fresh air for the zoo authorities, as it was closed for a long period owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. As per reports, around 4,600 people have adopted 5,895 animals and birds from the zoo. … [Read more...] about Shivarajkumar’s Fans Adopt 35 Animals From Mysuru Zoo After The Actor Adopted An Elephant!
“A lack of physical and behavioral enrichments as well as the absence of a partner, have resulted in Kaavan becoming incredibly bored. He has already developed stereotypical behavior where he swooshes his head and trunk from side to side for hours,” said Dr. Frank Göritz, a head veterinarian for the Berlin-based Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research. … [Read more...] about ‘World’s loneliest elephant’ cleared for relocation to a better facility outside of Pakistan