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Recent survey records highest number of critically endangered monkeys to date

Arrival marks first time species has lived at Denver Zoo in 8 years

If Denver Zoo visitors need to warm up a bit during Zoo Lights they can visit one its newest arrivals, a Fiji banded iguana. The very colorful, 12-year-old male arrived recently from San Diego Zoo and is the first of his species to live at the zoo in eight years. Eventually zookeepers hope to couple him with a female with which to breed. Visitors can see the iguana now inside the zoo's Tropical Discovery building.

23rd Annual Event Will Showcase Many Activities for Everyone

Light up your holiday with a wild 23rd annual Zoo Lights celebration at Denver Zoo. Presented by Your Neighborhood Toyota Stores, the holiday tradition will run nightly from December 6, 2013-January 5, 2014, from 5:30-9 p.m. Zoo Lights is the largest lighting event in the Rocky Mountain Region and the largest annual event hosted by Denver Zoo. It takes two contracted staff members of the Denver Zoo staff three months to set up the displays and almost the same amount of time and manpower to dismantle the 40 acres of lights.  

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