These cheetah were raised with English Labs and they’ve remained the best of friends to this day.
Cheetah and Pups Become Best Friends
Had it not been for the Bronx Zoo staff, this Thomson’s gazelle would’ve been left behind in the wild.
A Thomson’s Gazelle is Beating the Odds
Senior Bronx Zoo keeper Alana explains the unusual mating rituals of the Maleo, a bird species from Indonesia.
The Way to a Maleo’s Heart is Through a Peanut
The dedicated staff at the Bronx Zoo feel a tremendous responsibility to care for 6,000+ animals.
The Animals Always Come First
A new fennec fox, Charlie, begins to get acclimated to being a program animal with the Bronx Zoo staff.
Charlie Starts To Become A Program Animal
As the Bronx Zoo’s breeding male sea lion, Clyde’s unique lineage helps ensure a healthy sea lion population for generations to come.
Zoo Stories: Clyde Finds Love in the Bronx
Malnourished and sick, this little Thomson’s gazelle would’ve been left behind in the wild. Luckily for her, Bronx Zoo keepers were around to nurse her to health.
Zoo Stories: Thomson’s Gazelle Baby Gets a Second Chance
Giraffes are known for their beauty, but not so much when it comes to brains. See what makes Utu a rare exception.
Zoo Stories: Utu and the Bronx Zoo Giraffes
As monogamous birds, kiwis need to be paired with the perfect mate. See how the Bronx Zoo sets the mood to bond these unique birds.
Zoo Stories: Kiwis Looking for Love
By interacting with dogs and humans, these cheetahs are dispelling myths and educating others about their species.
Zoo Stories: Cheetah Ambassadors Little Foot and Triton
Follow the story of Nadia and Azul, two Malayan tiger cubs that learned to live with other big cats after being raised by zookeepers at the Bronx Zoo.
Zoo Stories: Tiger Cubs Nadia and Azul Find Their Forever Home
One of the sea lions at the zoo, Clyde, has a pup during the day, a rare sighting for zoo goers.
A Sea Lion Pup is Born
JP’s first time in the little penguin exhibit goes swimmingly, much to the delight of keepers Nancy and Susan.
Training Day for Little Penguin Chick JP
With Snowball’s health taking a turn for the worse, the team makes the painful decision to euthanize the six-year-old snow leopard.
The Right Decision Isn’t Always the Easiest
After getting some much needed TLC from the Bronx Zoo team, one small Thomson’s gazelle is ready to join the herd.
The Littlest Thomson’s Gazelle is Back Where She Belongs
A team heads out to long island and successfully implants an accoustic transmitter inside a new juvinile sand tiger shark.
Sand Tiger Shark Gets Implant