Meet Azizi! The Louisville Zoo welcomes the one-year-old female Hartmann’s mountain zebra. Azizi comes to Louisville from the Virginia Zoological Park in Norfolk, Virginia where she was born. Find Out More
If a dictionary goes from A to Z, what goes from Z to A? A Zebra! Zebras are amazing animals that come from Africa and are related to horses and donkeys. The Louisville Zoo houses Hartmann’s mountain zebras in our … Find Out More
An all-new enhanced and expanded African area is ready for you. Come experience the adventure! Let’s take a virtual tour first… Your journey begins at the Savannah’s edge with a view of the bongos at play. The large African antelopes … Find Out More
The Louisville Zoo has welcomed a few new additions including a new zebra, a babirusa and a hyacinth macaw.
“Annette”, a female Hartmann’s mountain zebra was born this past May and was not on exhibit due to construction in the area. Find Out More
The Louisville Zoo is excited to announce that the new guest walkway near camel, lion, zebra and elephants is now open making these animal ambassadors once again accessible to Zoo guests. Find Out More
“It’s a Zebra!” was the catch phrase at the Louisville Zoo on May 17, 1984 when quarter horse, Kelley, gave birth to Zebra E.Q., through an embryo transfer. The birth represented the first successful embryo transfer from an exotic to … Find Out More
The Zoo’s rare Hartmann’s mountain zebra foal has gotten her official name – “Ziva” – named for the character on the hit CBS show NCIS. The name ties into the foal’s father’s name, Gibbs, also a character on the show. … Find Out More