Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is saddened to announce that its 30-year-old polar bear, Aurora, has died after showing signs of deteriorating health over the past few months.
CLEVELAND - A fundraiser to benefit the dwindling rhino population will be held on Saturday, from 6:30 until midnight at Cloverleaf Lanes in Independence.
The Bowling for Rhinos event will include a silent auction, a pick your prize raffle and prizes for the bowler with the most sponsors. The cost of attendance is $15 when you register in advance, and $25 at the door.
There are only five species of rhinos left in the world due to habitat loss and poaching.
Bowling for Rhinos gives 100 percent of all money raised to rhino sanctuaries in Kenya, Java and Sumatra.
Registration forms are available online at clemetzoo.com or at the zoo's main office or call 216-661-6500.
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The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is welcoming a baby black howler monkey and a baby Reed titi monkey to their family.
The Cleveland Zoo has welcomed four new capybaras to its ever-growing family.
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The Akron Zoo has set a new all-time annual attendance record, surpassing its 2008 record on Nov. 30 by 107 visitors.
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is getting ready to kick off three days of events to celebrate the Rainforest's 20th anniversary.