The Bronx Zoo

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Upper West Side »

Adopt tulips, a bird, a tree or even a cockroach for that special someone.

Belmont »

You can name a Madagascar hissing cockroach after your lover for $10 at the Bronx Zoo.

Belmont »

The zoo has been mistreating its elephants, including one called "Happy," according to advocates.

Belmont »

Otters, gorillas and a baby porcupine all managed to crack the zoo's top 10 this year.

Belmont »

The cobra is being treated at the zoo, although officials are not sure if it will stay there.

Belmont »

The zoo is now home to a young Asian small-clawed otter in its JungleWorld exhibit.

Inwood »

Farm, food and harvest festivals are on this weekend's agenda. 

West Farms »

The plan would tear down the Lambert Houses and replace them with new affordable housing and retail.

Belmont »

The porcupine was born on July 28 to its mother Alice and its father Patrick.

Concourse »

The new book is all about different things to see and do in The Bronx.

Belmont »

The abandoned egg was found in late May and moved to an incubator.

Flushing »

Downtown culture, a Civil War commemoration and Queen's night markets are on this weekend's agenda.

East Harlem »

Nocturnal philosophizing, a street games festival and financial planning are on our week's agenda.

Pelham Parkway »

Visitors can see the young gelada at the Africa Plains section of the zoo. 

Belmont »

Baby gorillas born three months ago are now available for public viewing, the Bronx Zoo said Wednesday.