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The Maryland Zoo welcomes two new additions to the family. Kesi the giraffe made her big debut Friday, along with–but very far away from–the African lioness Badu.
Churches around Washington were welcoming cats, dogs, goldfish and other household pets for a special blessing.
Organizers of the 150th Great Frederick Fair are taking steps to ensure the event is free of the swine flu after the illness was detected in animals at other state fairs.
The U.S. Agriculture Department says a zoo near Thurmont has agreed to pay $12,000 to settle allegations of numerous violations from 2007 to 2011.
Betty White is headed to Washington and her agenda includes donkeys and elephants — but not the kind roaming on Capitol Hill.
A Columbia woman has been indicted on 69 counts of animal cruelty charges after 40 dead animals were found in a townhouse in January.
Officials at the Maryland Zoo say two chimpanzees are expecting.
Controlled burns are planned this winter and spring at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Two Frederick residents have been charged with abandoning eight dogs in Ijamsville.
University of Maryland scientists are reporting that a surprising number of wildlife species use drainage culverts to cross beneath roadways.
The new Fegan’s Taxidermy shop provides enough space for an 8-foot display of leopards perched on a tree on the upper level and a lifelike scene of a stuffed bear chasing two coyotes in the forest on the lower level.