The Bronx Zoo is getting into the Halloween spirit by showing off some of their creepy crawlies that are sure to give you the heebie-jeebies.
You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t like birthday gifts, and the six playful tiger cubs at the Bronx Zoo are no exception.
CBSNewYork shares its picks for the best gardens and zoos in the NYC area – with free admission during the week.
New York City is seeing a bit of a baby boom and not just at the Bronx Zoo.
It’s been one year since Nala, Shani, and Adamma joined the cute crew at the African Plains exhibit. Since their grand debut, the three young African lions have grown to 150 pounds each.
Zoo Director Jim Breheny said she was found Wednesday morning in the garage of a local business and safely caught.
Terri, the first zebra born at the zoo since 2003, spends most of her time running around the African Plains exhibit but never strays too far from her parents, Tara and Jimbo.
The reptile house at the Bronx Zoo is reopening for the first time since its missing Egyptian cobra was found.
After tallying 60,000 votes the public has decided that the Bronx Zoo’s world famous Egyptian cobra will be called Mia, inspired by the phrase “missing in action.”
Think you’ve got the perfect name for the Egyptian cobra? Then, the Bronx Zoo wants to hear it.
The slithering sensation that captivated the attention of New Yorkers – and the nation – this week is safely back in its terrarium. The 20-inch deadly serpent was found lurking in the shadows of the reptile house about 200 feet from its cage.
The Egyptian cobra who disappeared from its enclosure at the Bronx Zoo has found a new place to hide out: cyberspace.
The Bronx Zoo shut down its reptile house which houses turtles, lizards and snakes because an adolescent Egyptian cobra had slithered out of it’s enclosure.
The Reptile House at the Bronx Zoo was closed Saturday after an adolescent Egyptian cobra went missing from an off-exhibit enclosure.
The zoo said the 41 juvenile eastern hellbenders were hatched at the Buffalo Zoo in 2009 from eggs collected in western New York. They will be released into the wild once they are mature enough, in about 2 1/2 years.