Good Questions: Winter Zoo Animals, Sneezing Eyes, Funny BonesJessie from Maple Grove wants to know: What happens to zoo animals in the winter? The polar bears and other cold weather animals at St. Paul's Como Zoo do not have a problem being outdoors. But animals that come from warmer climates spend most of the winter indoors. Those animals include primates, such as gorillas and orangutans.
Como Park Zoo Introduces Baby GiraffeZoogoers are looking to the "Skye" Monday at St. Paul's Como Park! The zoo introduced the 20-day-old giraffe named Skye to the public, who is the 18th of her kind to be born there in 20 years. Skye weighs 145 pounds and is already 6 feet tall, but she is likely to double in size in her first two years, according to zoo officials. Giraffes can grow as tall as 18 feet.
New Zoo Exhibits Feature Giraffes & PterosaursThey roamed the earth millions of years ago, now they're on display at the Minnesota Zoo. But that's not all that's happening -- families can also get an up close look at Africa.
2 Giraffes Die In Wisconsin Dells Park FireTwo giraffes were killed during a fire at a Wisconsin Dells wildlife park. According to Wisconsin Dells police, someone called 911 at about 6 p.m. Sunday to report the fire at the Timbavati Wildlife Park.

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