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The Detroit Zoo polar bear exhibit.

Not a fan of captive animals, but here it is anyways. Polar Bear at The Arctic Ring of Life in The Detroit Zoo - Royal Oak, Michigan

Polar Bear and Seal Underwater Tunnel, Detroit Zoo, Michigan

Detroit Zoo, Arctic Ring of Life where you can see polar bears and sea lions swim over you as you walk through!

These box buckets of Detroit ‘Zoo Poo’ will be given to the first 1,000 visitors to the zoo’s anaerobic digester during the April 14 GreenFest. The digester converts zoo animal manure into methane gas to power the Detroit Zoo’s animal hospital, leaving behind a nutrient-rich fertilizer. Detroit Zoo photo by Jake Rapanotti

These box buckets of Detroit ‘Zoo Poo’ will be given to the first 1,000 visitors to the zoo’s anaerobic digester during the April 14 GreenFest. The digester converts zoo animal manure into methane gas to power the Detroit Zoo’s animal hospital, leaving behind a nutrient-rich fertilizer. Detroit Zoo photo by Jake Rapanotti

At the Detroit Zoo Female wolverine Anna can be found in the American Grasslands at the Detroit Zoo. Born in 2007, Anna arrived at the Zoo in 2012. She can often be seen jumping and propelling herself off of surrounding objects and trees in her habitat.   Description The wolverine has small, round ears, a …

At the Detroit Zoo Female wolverine Anna can be found in the American Grasslands at the Detroit Zoo. Born in 2007, Anna arrived at the Zoo in 2012. She can often be seen jumping and propelling herself off of surrounding objects and trees in her habitat. Description The wolverine has small, round ears, a …

FOX NEWS: Detroit Zoo tempts visitors with free buckets of animal poop

Detroit Zoo tempts visitors with free buckets of animal poop

FOX NEWS: Detroit Zoo tempts visitors with free buckets of animal poop

Two adorable red pandas, twin boys born at the Detroit Zoo this summer. The two cubs, who are still unnamed, were born to mother Ta-Shi and father Shifu on June 27. It's Ta-Shi's fifth time giving birth since she came to the Detroit Zoo in 2008. Red pandas are classified as “vulnerable” on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species due to deforestation.

Twin Baby Animals Prove 2 Is Definitely Cuter Than 1

Misha the snow leopard & her mom at the Detroit zoo. - Of course the mom has no idea what a camera is but doesn't she look like she's posing on purpose?

Misha the snow leopard & her mom at the Detroit zoo.

Misha, the Snow Leopard cub & her Mum at the Detroit Zoo; Mommy looks so proud of & positively in LOVE with her baby.

Red Elephant key, Detroit Zoo, Belle Isle Children's Zoo and Aquarium, You would in put it in the lock of a special box, and then it would turn on a narrative about the animal in the exhibit

My sister & I had these for the Detroit Zoo when we were kids! It unlocked a talking storybook at each animal.

You Otter See What's New At The Detroit Zoo http://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2014/06/you-otter-see-whats-new-at-the-detroit-zoo.html

You Otter See What's New At The Detroit Zoo

You Otter See What's New At The Detroit Zoo. For the second time in two years, the Detroit Zoo is celebrating the birth of North American River Otters. Two male pups – born April to mother Whisker, and father Lucius, 8 – made their public debut today.

Bulgan isn't even a month old, and already he's competing for cutest animal at the Detroit Zoo.  The Bactrian camel calf was born to mom Suren and father Rusty, both four-year-olds, on April 28 at the zoo in Royal Oak, Mich. He's spending his days in the camel habitat with his parents and the zoo's fourth camel, 16-year-old Princess.

LOOK: Detroit Zoo's Baby Camel

Talini, a polar bear born at the Detroit zoo 10-years-ago munches on a frozen treat with fish and and fruits at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak, Tuesday, July 28, 2015.

Talini, a polar bear born at the Detroit zoo munches on a frozen treat with fish and and fruits at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak, Tuesday, July

A grizzly bear sticks his tongue out after eating a frozen orange treat at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak, Tuesday, July 28, 2015.

A grizzly bear sticks his tongue out after eating a frozen orange treat at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak, Tuesday, July

The Detroit Zoo is luring visitors with the temptation of a free bucket of animal poop.   On Saturday, April 14, the zoo will host its sixth annual GreenFest, an event dedicated to celebrating Earth Day and engaging the community.

The Detroit Zoo is luring visitors with the temptation of a free bucket of animal poop. On Saturday, April 14, the zoo will host its sixth annual GreenFest, an event dedicated to celebrating Earth Day and engaging the community.

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