Some people enjoy the cold and others live here in our area.
Some people like cold weather and others do not. The same applies to animals. Some become much more active when the temperatures drop. FOX 13 Photojournalist Jason Wright introduces us to the ones who like it when the mercury dips below fifty degrees.
The beginning of winter brought a true cold snap for the Tampa Bay area.
The beginning of winter brought a true cold snap for the Tampa Bay area. ZooTampa takes the cold seriously as they care for their animals. Just like most Floridians, they have some residents that do not care for the cold at all. FOX 13 Photojournalist Jason Wright stops by the zoo to see which animals don't like the cold.
The yet-to-be-named baby boy was born Nov. 15 to first-time mom Randee.
"Creatures of the Night" at ZooTampa at Lowry Park is back during the month of October with spooky scares and eerie frights for ghouls & goblins of all ages.
ZooTampa is ready with its annual ‘Creatures of the Night’ event, and they've taken the extra precautions to keep people safe while visiting a "scary" venue.
The wax sculpture of a momma panther and her cub will completely melt in a few days. It's to draw attention to climate change and how Florida’s rising heat affects our wildlife.
There's a new resident at ZooTampa at Lowry Park in Tampa: an otter pup.
The meal prep is an important part of the everyday care of every animal.
Would you know what to do if you found an orphaned animal in the wild? What if that orphan weighed 60 pounds and swam in the water? ZooTampa's newest manatee is just that, a newborn orphaned calf.
Now that you can escape the quarantined isolation from the past three months, every experience can seem new again, even if it's 65 million years old.
Starting Friday, a Tampa zoo will reopen its doors, but with some restrictions.
After being closed for over two months, ZooTampa is preparing to reopen to the public on Friday. Before their official reopening, they set Tuesday aside as a special day just for senior citizens to have a day at the zoo just for themselves.
Zookeepers at a Tampa facility are introducing a southern white rhino calf to the world.
The David A. Straz Manatee Critical Care Center at Zoo Tampa is dedicated to caring for sick, injured and orphaned manatees.
A pair of recently-rescued Florida panther kittens pounce and play with their favorite toy at ZooTampa at Lowry Park.
The macaws at Zoo Tampa are taking to the sky on a new route that's giving visitors a better chance to see their grace and beauty.
Throughout ZooTampa, animals will lurk past sunset during the month of October.
Ever wish you could see eye-to-eye with a giraffe? OK, maybe that's a question of height. How about this: Have you ever wanted to get up close to one of the tallest animals on the African plain?