Designer Jim Wolterman says we’ll start to see some demolition of the old Forest Park Hospital in the near future.
One of the most popular and certainly one of the biggest attractions at the St. Louis Zoo is celebrating a milestone birthday next week.
Glass, 11-foot-tall fences will separate visitors from the African painted dogs.
Following breakthrough last year, more than 2,800 fertile Hellbender eggs have been laid.
St. Louis Zoo officials say choosing a name must wait until a gender has been determined.
Two seals died Friday in transit from Canada to St. Louis; the third died today.
American Burying Beetle currently on endangered list.
Could provide more parking, with a monorail possibly moving visitors across I-64.
Member of endangered lemur species born at St. Louis Zoo in January.
Two workers will face disciplinary action for safety breach
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