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A pair of baby cavies was recently born at the Staten Island Zoo. (Credit: CBS 2)

Putting A New Face On The Word ‘Rodent’ Pair Of Cavies Born At Staten Island Zoo

The recent birth did not take place at the world-famous Bronx Zoo, but at a zoo that caters to smaller animals.


Baby MJ rides DJ the tamandua. (credit: Staten Island Zoo)

Staten Island Zoo Welcomes Baby Tamandua

It’s just the second baby tamandua born in New York state to survive.


Montana the red fox escaped from the Staten Island Zoo. (credit: Staten Island Zoo)

Runaway Fox Back Home At Staten Island Zoo

Officials discovered the 10-pound fox, named Helena, had burrowed out of her enclosure last Monday.


Montana the red fox escaped from the Staten Island Zoo. (credit: Staten Island Zoo)

Staten Island Zoo Officials Continue To Look For Runaway Fox

The fox was adopted by the zoo in July and named Montana after she was found wandering near Yellowstone National Park.


Montana the red fox escaped from the Staten Island Zoo. (credit: Staten Island Zoo)

Fox Escapes From Staten Island Zoo

A seven-month-old red fox has escaped from the Staten Island Zoo, and officials are worried about her chance for survival.


(credit: Mariano Rolando/AFP/Getty Images)

New York’s 6 Best Culture Spots (On A Budget)

Sample New York’s diverse arts and culture without breaking the budget.


Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island’s Top 3 Family Attractions

Staten Island is home to some great, inexpensive family fun. CBS New York has found the top venues that are both fun and educational along with being easy on the wallet.

CBS New York–08/22/2011

Rattlesnake Ridge at the Staten Island Zoo (Photo/Facebook)

Staten Island Zoo Features Much More Than Just Chuck

The zoo is building an outdoor space for the Amur leopard along with opening a new exhibit titled “Rattlemania.” They also recently got a Kinkajou.


Photo/Staten Island Zoo

Staten Island Chuck Predicts A Shorter Winter

The city’s own weather-predicting groundhog emerged from his solar-powered home at the Staten Island Zoo and delivered the news Wednesday morning.


(Photo/Mona Rivera)

Weather Worries Cancel Groundhog Day In Malverne

For the first time in 15 years Groundhog Day has been cancelled in a Long Island town. Malverne Mel will not be able to come out and predict the weather Wednesday because of the latest winter storm.