Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 8
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 7
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 6
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 5
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 4
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 3
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 2
Camp Zoofari TV: Episode 1
The final episode of Camp Zoofari TV is here! This week we’re taking you behind-the-scenes for a sneak peek into the Zoo’s newest exhibit, South America’s Pantanal. You’ll discover the tropical wetlands of Brazil and how to protect the animals who live there, like jaguars, howler monkeys, tapirs, and more.
Check out the latest episode of Camp Zoofari TV where we explore what and how animals eat! We’ll learn how bears prepare for hibernation and why flamingos have pink feathers (hint: it has to do with the food they eat!). Watch the video here:
It’s all about that Texas pride! Tune in to today’s episode of Camp Zoofari TV episode to learn about some native Texas species, including the University of Houston’s mascot, Shasta.
We’ve got baby fever! Ever wonder how baby animals are raised in their native habitat? Tune in to episode 5 of Camp Zoofari TV to learn about our newest additions including Asian Elephant, anteater, and Schmidt’s red-tailed monkey.
Clouded leopards are perfect treetop acrobats and can make themselves invisible with their clouded spots by camouflaging in the treetops where they spend most of their time. Learn more about other animal superpowers and the heroes that draw inspiration from the animal kingdom
Vultures are a misunderstood species and their diet often rules them out as creepy. Learn why they’re beneficial to the environment and more about other animal myths in our latest episode.
Have you ever wondered how and why animals move the way that they do? We’re diving into the mechanics of animals in action in our latest episode of Camp Zoofari TV.
On Episode 1 of Camp Zoofari TV, learn all about how animals—like chimpanzees, okapi, electric eels, and leafcutter ants—survive in the wild. Along the way, you’ll get to test your knowledge and discover ways you can help save animals in the wild.