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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.
Seven "Little Blues" join the penguin exhibit and are quick to mingle with the rest of the colony. When a honey-loving grizzly slows her step, the staff grows concerned. A turtle can't seem to get along with the alligators, and a nyala calf is born.
After more than 100 venomous snakes are taken from a private home, it's up to the zoo to care for them. Two Pronghorn fawns make their debut, but problems arise that have keepers concerned, while a device is built for a Red River hog needing a challenge.
A trio of rare Dhole canines are prepared to make their cross-country journey to the zoo, and keepers anxiously await their arrival. A tinamou chick must be hand-reared, while a specialized tool is welded to extract a tusk from a charming Babirusa.
The Zoo takes audiences on a first-ever, in-depth look behind the scenes at the Bronx Zoo. With full access to its 265-acre campus, located just 10 miles from Times Square, we shine a light on a world of more than 6,000 animals and the 500-plus people who care for them.
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