This is the big zoo that you can come in about 25 minutes from the mid town of New York City by subway.
Asia Gate of Bronx Zoo
To come to the gate, get off the subway at East Tremont Ave/West Farms Square station on New York Sabuway No.2 or No.5. The Zoo signs are posted from the staton to the zoo gate. It is aroud 8 minutes walk.
Congo Gorilla Forest Entrance
The rainforest of Congo
Wow, that's Okapi. But she is behind bush.
Shush! She is looking at us.
The Wolf's Monkey lives high in the treetops in the rainforest in Congo.
Rainforest of Congo
Red River Hog
The red river hog lives in the rainforest of Congo. "Here they come!" "Oh, they are gone!" We want to take a great photo.
Bronx Zoo is leading the conservation program of the western lowland gorilla in North America.
Little Margaret was born on Feb 17, 2009.
Bronx Zoo has a lot of different kinds of endangered species after the habitat lost and overhunting.
Bronx Zoo is very big. You may need the zoo map to make sure where you are in the zoo.
Madagascar Pavilion keeps the temperature and humidity of Madagascar for the animals. It maybe too warm for you, but look! So many lovely animals here!
The sifaka uses a long, deep call for communication over long distances with other troop members.
The field has the Baobab tree and Octopus tree. It's just like real Madagascar forest.
It is common to see him sleeping at midday on such a sunny warm day.
Wow, he is right here!
It seems New York's summer is too warm for the polar bear. His white coat looks very beautiful.
The monkey lives in Belize and northwestern Colombia. They love to eat fruit, flowers and insects.
Rainforest in Peru, Bolivia and Brazil is their wild habitat.
They eat tree gum and sap, fruit and insects in the tropical forests in Bolivia and northern Paraguay.
They live in a group of 5 to 6 in the tropical forest or bamboo forests in Brazil, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia.
Golden lion tamarin
White-faced Saki Monkey
The Bactrian camel habitat on the Gobi Desert, where the climate is extremely hot and dry. The population is less than 1,000 in the wild.
The wild Bactrian camel had lived at a nuclear test site in the Gashun Gobi in China before. The camel amazingly survived the effects of radiation and appeared to be breeding naturally.
African Wild Dog
Slender-horned Gazelle The gazelle is one of the endangered species. Their wild habitat is on the Sahara Desert.
The field where the snow leopards live here is very bushy. It is a steep habitat, so you really need to look carefully. The leopard may be there high up or behind the bush.