Children by Shauna Bannan. A child follows his guardians looking tired and uninterested. Like many of the children at the zoo on April 28, this boy had his face painted as an animal.
Editorial by Casey Kallen. The zoo was once a place I remembered from my childhood as educational, fun, and filled with beautiful creatures. As I get older I realize that the zoo is not the place that lives in my memories. Instead, these memories are replaces with those of sadness and deprivation of one of life’s basic necessities; freedom.
Idea of a Zoo by Yu Du (Freya). A Gorilla suddenly jumps onto the box near the glass attracting many people around him.
Birds by George Holevas. A Rainbow Lorikeets perches on a branch in the Lorikeet Encounter exhibit.
Bad Hair Day by George Holevas. A Queen Victoria Pigeon basks in the sun shining through the bird house.
Free selection by Anna Ryan.
Bad Hair Day by Anna Ryan. Two Spectacled Langurs cuddle up with each other occasional closing their eyes at the Philadelphia Zoo on April 25, 2014. They are known for looking lazy, but they are really just digesting their food.