The Queens Zoo welcomed a Roosevelt elk calf on June 10, making the total number of its elks five.
Wildlife Conservation Society
The Queens Zoo recently welcomed a new edition—a southern pudu, the world’s smallest deer species.
The Queens Zoo has a new Andean bear and one of its female animals has a much younger new mate. Bouba, a male, recently arrived in the borough from a zoo in France, and shares a habitat with another Andean bear, a female named Spangles, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). “Bouba’s energy will [...]
The Queens Zoo recently welcomed a new edition, an endangered southern pudu—the world’s smallest deer. Weighing one pound at birth, the yet-to-be-named doe is still nursing, but will soon start eating fresh leaves, grain, kale, carrots and hay, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). Once it stops growing, it will be 12 to 14 inches [...]