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Animal Planet takes audiences on a first-ever, in-depth look behind the scenes at the Bronx Zoo, a New York institution and global leader in animal care and species conservation. With full access to the Bronx Zoo's 265-acre campus, located a mere ten miles from New York's Times Square, Animal Planet shines a light on a wondrous world of more than 6,000 animals and the 500-plus people dedicated to their care and well-being. The Zoo premieres Saturday, February 18th at 10 PM ET/PT. The Zoo was filmed over an 8-month period, focuses on the stories of dozens of animals and experiences at the Bronx Zoo, and its critical mission to conserve wildlife around the globe. It also highlights the diverse community of people who work at the zoo, and how their expertise and varied skills come together to provide the highest quality care for the animals.
The birth of a little blue penguin causes a sensation at the Bronx Zoo; the veterinary team scrambles to figure out what is wrong with Snowball, a snow leopard; the exhibits team designs an exhibit for the newly arrived blue iguana.
To help love bloom between two kiwis, zoo staff build an elaborate hut into which they introduce a pair of potential mates; a King Cobra arrives at the zoo.
Leo, a snow leopard rescued from Pakistan, is having trouble eating because of a broken canine; the bird department works feverishly to restore a beehive for the bee-eater birds; Ambassador Center staff work with an adorable Fennex fox named Charlie.
Zoo staff make the journey to east Africa to return to the wild thousands of toads they helped rescue from extinction; Utu, the test-pilot giraffe, tries out a new piece of equipment; the bird department works to save the lives of millions of birds.
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