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First Baby Gorillas Born at Bronx Zoo in Nearly a Decade

The two western lowland gorillas born over the last two months were the 14th and 15th born at the zoo.

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Peruvian Pelicans Swoop Into Bronx Zoo

Four Peruvian pelicans have been added to the Bronx Zoo's Russell B. Aitken Sea Bird Colony.

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Gun Dealer Sold Weapons Near Bronx Zoo Entrance, Officials Say

Javon Burgess, 36, sold guns to an undercover detective outside the Bronx Zoo five separate times.

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Animatronic Dinosaurs Exhibit Turns Bronx Zoo Into Land Before Time

The narrated safari will include a giant Tyrannosaurus rex.

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Five Chinese Big-Headed Turtles Born at Prospect Park Zoo

The endangered turtles are the first to be reproduced in captivity.

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Video: Red Panda Cubs at Bronx and Prospect Park Zoos

The four cubs made their public debut Thursday.

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Twin Snow Leopard Cubs Debut at Central Park Zoo

The cubs are the first snow leopards to be born at the zoo.

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Rare Baby Rhino Makes Debut at Bronx Zoo

Zoo officials introduce the "frisky" three-month-old calf as their "own royal baby" Friday.    

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Bronx Zoo Celebrates National Zookeepers Week

Visitors to the Bronx Zoo can get a peek behind the scenes at how to care for animals.

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Last-Minute Summer Camp Options

There are still plenty of summer camp options around the city for parents to choose from.

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Bronx Zoo Mourns Pattycake the Gorilla

Pattycake died Sunday, 40 years after making history as the first gorilla born in New York City.

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Man Who Jumped Into Bronx Zoo Tiger Den Charged with Criminal Trespass

David Villalobos, 25, was issued a desk appearance ticket, police said.  

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Man Mauled by Tiger After Jumping into Its Den at Bronx Zoo

Sources said the man apparently tried to commit suicide by jumping from the monorail.

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Vintage Postcards Show Scenes of Early Bronx Zoo, Botanical Garden

The Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden launched a digital archive of old postcards.

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