More Videos

Fresno girl in 'Rachael Ray' student cooking contest has an amazing story to tell 1:10

Fresno girl in 'Rachael Ray' student cooking contest has an amazing story to tell

Police presence stepped up in light of social media threat at Sunnyside and Edison high schools 0:42

Police presence stepped up in light of social media threat at Sunnyside and Edison high schools

5 things parents should know about school emergencies 1:22

5 things parents should know about school emergencies

Smile! You're on a security camera, Mr. Window-breaker Guy 0:23

Smile! You're on a security camera, Mr. Window-breaker Guy

Fresno Monsters bring hockey back to Selland Arena 1:43

Fresno Monsters bring hockey back to Selland Arena

Police chief speaks about Fresno gang shootings 1:43

Police chief speaks about Fresno gang shootings

There’s not much snow in the Sierra. See how it compares to February in recent years 0:42

There’s not much snow in the Sierra. See how it compares to February in recent years

A love story: Sometimes finding the right words is a challenge, but love is not 2:12

A love story: Sometimes finding the right words is a challenge, but love is not

'I've been in all the finest garages in Fresno.' Jim Pardini honored at luncheon. 1:19

'I've been in all the finest garages in Fresno.' Jim Pardini honored at luncheon.

Fresno bus driver helps rescue girl from attacking man 1:28

Fresno bus driver helps rescue girl from attacking man

Zamaya and Kiki, Fresno Chaffee Zoo's female lions, will be "spoiled" in their African Adventure exhibit, says African carnivore zookeeper Amanda Alamar. The exhibit has heated rock platforms as well as the hood of an old Land Rover, half in and half out of the glass enclosure. This encourages the animals to get close to visitors while also keeping warm. Their nighttime holding areas also are heated. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Zamaya and Kiki, Fresno Chaffee Zoo's female lions, will be "spoiled" in their African Adventure exhibit, says African carnivore zookeeper Amanda Alamar. The exhibit has heated rock platforms as well as the hood of an old Land Rover, half in and half out of the glass enclosure. This encourages the animals to get close to visitors while also keeping warm. Their nighttime holding areas also are heated. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

Where do Fresno Chaffee Zoo animals go to warm up on a cold night?

November 29, 2015 08:00 AM

More Videos

Fresno girl in 'Rachael Ray' student cooking contest has an amazing story to tell 1:10

Fresno girl in 'Rachael Ray' student cooking contest has an amazing story to tell

Police presence stepped up in light of social media threat at Sunnyside and Edison high schools 0:42

Police presence stepped up in light of social media threat at Sunnyside and Edison high schools

5 things parents should know about school emergencies 1:22

5 things parents should know about school emergencies

Smile! You're on a security camera, Mr. Window-breaker Guy 0:23

Smile! You're on a security camera, Mr. Window-breaker Guy

Fresno Monsters bring hockey back to Selland Arena 1:43

Fresno Monsters bring hockey back to Selland Arena

Police chief speaks about Fresno gang shootings 1:43

Police chief speaks about Fresno gang shootings

There’s not much snow in the Sierra. See how it compares to February in recent years 0:42

There’s not much snow in the Sierra. See how it compares to February in recent years

A love story: Sometimes finding the right words is a challenge, but love is not 2:12

A love story: Sometimes finding the right words is a challenge, but love is not

'I've been in all the finest garages in Fresno.' Jim Pardini honored at luncheon. 1:19

'I've been in all the finest garages in Fresno.' Jim Pardini honored at luncheon.

Fresno bus driver helps rescue girl from attacking man 1:28

Fresno bus driver helps rescue girl from attacking man