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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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.
7 Oct 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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!
18 Jul 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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.
18 Jul 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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
18 Jul 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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!
18 Jul 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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.
18 Jul 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** 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.
18 Jul 2008
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*******www.bronxzoo**** When baby giraffe Margaret Abigail was born last February, she was a head above most mammals. The almost six-foot-tall calf could walk within minutes.
14 May 2009
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*******www.bronxzoo**** Inside Madagascar!, sifakas Chris and Philips baby arrived on Valentines Day. Naturally, he goes by Cupid. Though old enough to leap though the canopy, he still prefers a ride on moms back.
28 Jul 2009
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*******www.bronxzoo**** Can you lift a 5-pound block of ice with your jaw? If you were a spotted hyena, like Kubwa and Kidogo, it’d be no problem. Their jaws can easily crush the bones of a prey animal in the wild. At the zoo, they use them to chomp through meat-cicles on warm summer days.
5 Aug 2009
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*******www.bronxzoo**** *******www.twitter****/thebronxzoo We shall call them mini-mes. The dwarf mongoose family in the Carter Giraffe Building has added three new members. The smallest of the African carnivores, dwarf mongooses live in tight-knit groups where the youngest rank highest.
10 Sep 2009
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See how handlers train and examine two female tigers at the Bronx Zoo, where you can get up close and personal!!
5 Jul 2007
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