Seven Chinese crocodile lizards were born at the zoo this month.
The groundhog died of internal injuries after the fall, the New York Post reported.
From a barking deer to grazing goats, the city is full of curious (and cute) creatures.
Two cavies, the fourth-largest rodent in the world, were born at the zoo earlier this month.
A 7-month-old male Tawny Frogmouth, an Australian species which resembles an owl, is coming to the zoo.
The zoo has unveiled the new Galapagos tortoise exhibit.
MJ, a southern tamandua, was born on Jan. 12 at the West Brighton zoo.
The furry meteorologist predicted six more weeks of winter after being dropped by Mayor de Blasio.
Staten Island Chuck had a testy relationship with the last mayor.
The red fox was caught in Brighton Heights on Sunday night, zoo officials said.
A 7-month-old red fox named Montana burrowed out of the Staten Island Zoo.
The zoo hopes to raise $20,000 to buy two of the enormous, rare birds.
Pony rides have been popular at the zoo for decades.
The city's tourism wing's latest campaign will try and attract visitors to Staten Island.
The baby binturong, or bearcat, is being weaned in the Staten Island Zoo's nursery.
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