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Two baby ring-tailed lemurs and one brown collared lemur in Madagascar!
“Birds in Flight” will run twice a day for seven weekends starting Sat. and Sun., May 7, 8
Toddler gorillas born in 2014 and 2015 make for a very active scene at Bronx Zoo
Indonesian government agencies, supported by the Wildlife Crimes Unit (WCU) of the Wildlife Conservation Society, confiscated and released back into the wild two illegally caught whale sharks from a major supplier of large marine megafauna to the international wildlife trade.
Brooklyn, N.Y. – May 27, 2016 – A North American river otter pup (Lontra canadensis) has made his public debut at WCS’s (Wildlife Conservation Society) Prospect Park Zoo. The male otter was born February 14 and has now reached the age where it spends time outside of its birth den.
Sulawesi, Indonesia (May 26, 2016) First video traps deployed this April by the WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi provide striking new footage of iconic wildlife living in the 3500km2 Bogani Nani landscape.
Bronx, NY – May 26, 2016 – The baby western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) born at the Bronx Zoo in 2014 and 2015 are a year older and ready for summer. Their playful interactions with their parents and one another give zoo visitors an opportunity to observe the family dynamics and see how their personalities have developed.
New York – May 19, 2016 – Following the rally and press conference held today on the steps of City Hall, the following statement was issued by John F. Calvelli, Executive Vice President of Public Affairs at WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society):
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Ocean Wonders: Sharks! will feature a shipwreck exhibit that will be home to sharks and other large predators and fish that can be found in NYC waters and local shipwrecks. The above photo shows the progress of the exhibit, highlighting base and support structures that will eventually turn into a replica of a hulking shipwreck. Shipwrecks in the ocean not only embody the deep maritime history of our local waters, but also serve as aggregators of marine life, providing shelter and food for many kinds of fish. Photo: Ray Davis
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