Baby Asmara is growing fast and turns 2 years old this November!
With less than 400 Sumatran Tigers in the wild, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is lucky to have Indah and Bugara.
Just as you teach your dog tricks at home, the Zookeepers in the Indiana Family Farm are training some of the same behaviors to ducks, pigs, and more.
They are often confused with bobcats, but they’re not the same. Rob Lydick shows you a pair of powerful felines who make the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo their home.
The Land Down Under is home to many species of birds. And you’ll find some of the most interesting and colorful in the new Australian Adventure aviary.
The zookeepers are very hands-off with the hyenas; they are considered dangerous animals.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is home to a variety of primates, including prosimians like ring-tailed lemurs.
American Alligators are typically found in the southeastern U.S., but you can see two right here in Fort Wayne.
The Indonesian Rainforest Dome is home to 16 different species of exotic birds.
A new VIP experience at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo allows you to feed the stingrays.
Visitors can now feed the vultures in Africa as part of a new VIP experience at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo
Two new endangered birds are calling the Indonesian Rainforest at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo home.
Find out how you can care for the giraffes at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo
A new exhibit in the Outback gives you the chance to see some cold-blooded animals from the Land Down Under.
New joeys are making their way out of the pouch to do some bouncing on their own.
Echo and Blue are the first baby African penguins at the zoo since 2012.
Some of the latest additions to The Reef include 5 sharks and nearly 2,000 schooling fish.
Red pandas were discovered about 50 years before giant pandas. Learn more about the “original panda” in this week’s Wild on WANE.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo celebrates it’s 50th birthday this year. Some of the animals that call the zoo home have been around just about as long, including Edgar the Maribou Stork.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is home to a cat that weighs in at 115 pounds and can run at speeds of up to 37 miles per hour. Rob Lydick gets a closer look at a leopard for this week’s Wild on WANE.