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Maryland Zoo Baltimore

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  • Bay ice challenges commerce, navigation and fishing

    Bay ice challenges commerce, navigation and fishing
    Sheets of ice up to a foot thick in the Chesapeake Bay have beached small boats and fishermen, hampered operations at the port of Baltimore and kept one Coast Guard cutter busy tending to stranded islanders for more than a week amid the worst freeze in decades.
  • Happy Valentine's Day! Erin Cantwell of the Maryland Zoo talks weird animal sex

    Happy Valentine's Day! Erin Cantwell of the Maryland Zoo talks weird animal sex
    In celebration of Valentine's Day, allow us to pause for a moment and reflect on how lucky we are, as humans, when it comes to mating. Think we're exaggerating? Meet Erin Cantwell, 31, area manager for the giraffe house and farmyard at the Maryland...

    Complex winter storm could dump 6 inches on region

    Complex winter storm could dump 6 inches on region
    Baltimore could get 6 inches or more of snow by Tuesday, a glancing blow from what the National Weather Service called a "potentially historic" blizzard that has New York and Boston bracing for record snowfalls this week. National Weather Service...

    Region rises above freezing for first time since Monday

    Region rises above freezing for first time since Monday
    Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport hit 34 degrees by midday as temperatures across the region broke the freezing mark for the first time since Monday. Slight winds were coming from the southwest, helping to slightly warm things...

    Cuma, Maryland Zoo lioness, dies

    Cuma, Maryland Zoo lioness, dies
    Cuma, a lioness who spent seven years at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, was euthanized Sunday night. She would have turned 19 in February. “Cuma’s health had been in gradual decline from several age-related afflictions, but we had been...