Clydesdale horses Monty and Ranger are two of this year's special guests at the Bronx Zoo. The horses lead festive wagon rides around Astor Court throughout the holiday season. http://bronxzoo.com
Times are tough for the Bronx Zoo and New York Aquarium...and a certain porcupine is bearing the burden. Help save us from devastating state budget cuts! GO TO http://www.wcs.org and help make a difference!
Otter pups get the “spa treatment” at Jungleworld’s gentle riverbank, playing on the shore and getting a little grooming from mom. Visit these cuties at the Bronx Zoo.
Times are tough for the Bronx Zoo and New York Aquarium...and a certain porcupine is bearing the burden. Help save us from devastating state budget cuts! GO TO http://www.wcs.org...and help make a difference!
http://www.bronxzoo.com A pair of aardvarks from Tanzania are exploring their new digs at the Bronx Zoo¹s Carter Giraffe Building. Discover why these curious creatures are also called ³earth pigs² and ³ant bears.²
New York’s cupcake craze has swept the Bronx Zoo—and the gorillas have a major sweet tooth! These tasty treats help kick off the zoo’s celebration of the tenth anniversary of Congo Gorilla Forest.
BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER
ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN
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No... it isn’t some April Fool’s joke--the rogue Bronx zoo cobra has finally been found. But first... let’s go back to the beginning.
“A deadly cobra is still on the loose tonight. Missing from the Bronx zoo.” (Video Source: KOIN)
“Remember that missing cobra at the Bronx zoo that we told you about last night? Well, it is still missing.” (Video Source: WJBK)
CONAN: “Now people are upset because the cobra is still missing.” (Video Source: TBS)
Then the cobra gathered quite a following--grew a pair of thumbs and began tweeting.
“The missing cobra also earned a cult following online. The anonymous ‘BronxZoosCobra’ Twitter feed has nearly 200,000 followers.” (Video Source: KFMB)
Phoenix Fox-affiliate KSAZ reports exactly how the slithering snake was snatched... not too far from where she was lost.
FEMALE ANCHOR: “She was curled up in a corner of the reptile house. Zoo officials had sectioned off that area, and were pretty confident they’d find her.”
MALE ANCHOR: “Yeah, they put woodchips on there with the scent of rodents... and she couldn't resist.”
FEMALE ANCHOR: “Oh my goodness, really?”
MALE ANCHOR: “Ahh, the scent of rodents!”
And to the Bronx Zoo Director himself, who says the staff had the utmost confidence they’d find the baby cobra--and had even sectioned off the place she was eventually found.
“The key strategy here in recovering this snake was patience, and that’s kinda what we’ve said all along.” (Video Source: CBS)
Finally - an anchor at KNSD had just one thing to say:
“...I hope he keeps tweeting.”
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Madagascar's fearsome fossa is only about a foot tall and 20 pounds. But don't be deceived. This agile hunter uses its great strength, big claws, and sharp teeth to bring down lemurs from the canopy.
Behold the "croc effect"—the water-level view of the Nile crocodiles floating at the mouth of their cave. It's hard to believe that the 13.5-foot, 800-pound male doesn't sink!
The radiated tortoise shares its spiny forest home at the zoo with birds and lemurs. The radiated tortoise Its black shell is marked with brilliant yellow lines. Viewed from the side, the golden marks resemble a crown of a king.
Agile red-ruffed lemurs clamber about the rainforest's branches and vines. In contrast to the other lemurs, their loud, deep calls echo through the exhibit
http://www.bronxzoo.com Can you imagine 100,000 hissing cockroaches crawling around together in the trunk of a tree? It's one of Madagascar's sights to behold...but don't bug out—they're behind glass!
http://www.bronxzoo.com That's not a cat's meow, it's one of the ring-tailed lemurs wide variety of calls. This busy group of females leaps through the spiny forest and plays follow-the-leader.
The sifaka is one smooth mover. It uses its long, muscular limbs to leap vertically from tree to tree. A membrane on the inside of its arms helps it glide through the air like a dancer.
Go behind the scenes of the World of Birds to see how swimming lessons, socialization, and a little TLC help clumsy flamingo chicks turn into beautiful birds. To see more episodes in the series visit http://www.bronxzoo.com/look-and-learn/podcasts.aspx.