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The Masai giraffe herd at the Santa Barbara Zoo has grown by one when 157-pound calf, Raymie, was born to mother Adia on Jan. 19.
Masai calf Raymie was born at the Santa Barbara Zoo on Jan. 19 to mother Adia. The pair remain in the zoo's giraffe barn to bond behind the scenes.
DEAR ABBY: My wife and I have been together 39 years, and we generally get along very well. We've always had dogs and cats, and we currently have two of each. We have one who's 20 years old. While he doesn't appear to be in any pain, I suspect he has dementia.
Young calf Twiga, born to Adia in March 2020, lives at the Santa Barbara Zoo among the Masai giraffe herd.
The Masai giraffe herd at the Santa Barbara Zoo is expected to grow by two next year when expectant mothers Adia and Audrey give birth in Janu…
The special event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, and will feature “non-barking” adoptables, including cats, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs and possibly poultry.
How can we protect humanity from future pandemics caused by bacteria and viruses? There is no simple answer. Poverty, cultural customs, political upheaval, refugee migrations, and racial/ethnic prejudice are just a few factors that contribute to disease.
What is chocolate, vanilla or chestnut, speckled or dapple gray, loves jelly beans, apples and carrots and stands smaller than 34 inches (at the withers)?
To those who have been out of work for awhile, Happy Endings also is offering to cover the cost of nonemergency equine medical services such as hoof trimming and teeth floating — a procedure that involves gently filing away sharp edges or hooks to present a firm, flat surface for more efficient chewing.
Faced with challenges operating three animal shelters, the Santa Barbara County Animal Services has temporarily closed its Lompoc shelter, wit…