The Bronx Zoo is returning to Animal World when all over again to convey to the tales of the amazing animals dwelling there in the new season of “The Zoo.”
In the show’s fifth time, viewers can see the tricky operate and heartwarming moments that consider area in the day-to-day lifestyle at the Bronx Zoo and at its sister parks throughout New York Metropolis, as very well as the zoo’s groundbreaking perform in animal treatment and welfare, conservation, and education and learning.
“The perseverance of our crucial zoo and aquarium staff has never ever been additional apparent than in Year 5,” stated Jim Breheny, Bronx Zoo Director. “They continued to deliver skilled care to the animals each working day all through the training course of the COVID-19 pandemic and hardly ever lost sight of our conservation mission. Staff in all of our WCS parks and all those in zoos and aquariums close to the entire world who braved the unknowns of the virus to ensure the every day wants of the animals have been met are true heroes.”
The premiere kicks off with a wide range of new animals generating new residences at the Bronx Zoo, which include a herd of Bactrian deer fawns coming from Ohio, a youthful purple kangaroo named Troody, and a keel-billed toucan rescued from the dark earth of animal trafficking. The gorillas at the zoo get started to experiment in a new sort of fashion-forward enrichment whilst a trio of lynx kittens at the Queens Zoo get their first actions into the general public eye. Viewers will also get an update on Nadia, the Malayan tiger who was the very first animal in the US to be identified with COVID-19.
Through the time, viewers will be in a position to see quite a few of the Bronx Zoo’s (and the relaxation of the WCS parks) adventures with animals. The Bronx Zoo team has programs to introduce a pair of endangered Coquerel’s sifakas in the hopes that they will mate, when Sydney, a rescued harbor seal pup, finds a new residence at the New York Aquarium. Viewers can also view as a pair of rehabilitated ospreys grow to be ambassadors for their species and see how the zoo’s veterinary personnel builds a one-of-a-form orthopedic shoe to support a very small oscillated turkey chick wander.
“The Zoo” kicks off with a exclusive two-hour premiere on Saturday, Oct.9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Animal Planet, with new episodes airing each and every pursuing Saturday at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Look at out a sneak peek of the new year down below: