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The Angolan colobus monkey is now on display at the Bronx Zoo.

Crown Heights »

The Bolivian pair of male and female titi monkeys make their premiere this month.

Long Island City »

Signing up for an IDNYC card through Dec. 31 gets you some awesome perks.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The two cubs, one male and one female, are now on view at the zoo's Discovery Trail habitat.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Juliana pigs will grow to no more than 65 pounds and are part of the zoo's petting area.

Pelham Parkway »

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

Upper East Side »

Betty and Veronica, two grizzly bears, are part of an exhibit opening Jan. 9 at the Central Park Zoo. 

Lenox Hill »

Gus, the Central Park Zoo polar bear, was euthanized Tuesday during surgery.

Norwood »

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

Park Slope »

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

Corona »

The Queens Zoo is offering kids a chance to meet live snakes to celebrate the Year of the Snake.

Coney Island »

Ailing baby walrus orphan Mitik will join Coney Island old-timers Nuka and Kulu at the New York Aquarium

Bushwick »

Nyssa Frank, owner of the Living Gallery, is organizing a parade and show with clothing installations.

Flushing »

The Queens Zoo invites animal-lovers to help name the zoo's latest baby animal.

West Brighton »

The 7-year-old old bald eagle is the Staten Island Zoo's newest arrival in time for the Fourth.