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Season 3 / Episode 12 and airs on 06 May 2019 00:00
The first-ever series to go behind the scenes at the world-famous Bronx Zoo, The Zoo shares an unscripted look at the knowledge and diverse skills needed to operate a zoo. It focuses on the level of care given to the animals, the bond that exists between the animals and the staff, and how the higher purpose of zoos and aquariums is conservation of species in the wild.
Keepers introduce three gaur - a large, skittish species of cattle - to the rest of the herd. A sickly Sambar fawn is rushed to the health center. And, the bird department excitedly prepares for the arrival of great hornbills.
Iray, a red ruffed lemur, is rushed to the health center when keepers discover a wound on his leg. A new exhibit is built for the Pallas's cats, the original grumpy cats. And, seven baby turtles join the zoo's colony of an endangered species.
Andean bear Bouba returns from the National Zoo in Washington D.C. to reunite with his loyal mate Nicole. Vets exercise the utmost caution in treating a venomous king cobra. And Blanche, a feisty female alpaca, is due to give birth at any moment.
A giraffe named Mashengo journeys from the Indiana Zoo to his new home in the Bronx; keepers hand-raise endangered ducklings and release them at the Central Park Children's Zoo; love is in the air for a pair of cloud rats.
Cardiologists try to determine why the geladas are experiencing a life-threatening heart condition; Nile crocodiles are shifted off exhibit for a maintenance project; the elephant shrews are breeding.
A team tests the problem-solving skills of lions against those of snow leopards; Willow, a young red panda, is having mysterious foot problems; the bird department awaits the gender reveal of two new adjutant stork chicks.
A new bison calf has a hard time keeping up with his mom; the bird department prepares a group of Von der Decken hornbill chicks for their move to the Minnesota Zoo; keepers at the Central Park Zoo hope the female snow monkeys accept a new male.
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