Wildlife Conservation Society

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Belmont »

The cubs needed 24-hour care from zookeepers, but now seem healthy and strong.

Belmont »

The Wildlife Conservation Society will attempt to fold enough paper elephants to beat 2014's record. 

Corona »

The owlets hatched at the zoo in late May or early June, but only recently emerged from their burrow.

Prospect Heights »

A pair of fennec foxes moved to Brooklyn from the Bronx Zoo, the Wildlife Conservation Society said.

Midtown »

The Welikia map allows users to revel in the city's ecological history — and see how it has changed.

SoHo »

If you're not head-to-toe in silky colorful fuzz, then you need to learn pizzazz from Bolivian moths. 

Belmont »

The little blue penguins are 13 inches tall when they reach their adult size.

Belmont »

The two endangered snow leopard cubs, which weigh about 15 pounds each, were born at the zoo on May 6.

Belmont »

Rocket, weighing in at 600 pounds, and Abdul, weighing 400 pounds, could live up to 200 years.

Park Slope »

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

Corona »

Families can wake up with the birds at the borough's only zoo this weekend.

Park Slope »

Beautiful red birds native to South America and the Caribbean recently arrived at the Prospect Park Zoo.

Bronx »

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

Bedford Park »

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

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The Central Park Zoo is expanding its education programs from its fan base of toddlers to a new audience of teens.