An update on Nadia, the Bronx Zoo's Malayan tiger who tested positive for COVID-19 from Chief Vet, Dr. Paul Calle; also, a World Health Organization scientist, wildlife experts and veterinarians on all things COVID-19 and animals.
Max the Camel faces new challenges as he ages; the Zoo prepares to give an injured turkey vulture a permanent home, but after healing, there may be a change of plan; Willow the Red Panda gives birth to two baby cubs.
Following surgery, Olga the ostrich is prepared to be reunited with her flock; a squirrel monkey arrives at the zoo; a crowd pleasing warthog returns.
The staff is hopeful for a successful breeding season when Mshango the giraffe meets the females of the herd; power tools are needed for an Amur tiger's root canal, while Louie the swan falls ill, jeopardizing his release with his partner-in-crime..
The zoo anxiously awaits the arrival of a snow leopard called K2's fourth cub; the staff is pleased when a pair of Andean condors embrace their new enclosure, while a squirmy binturong fights his annual vaccination.
The TAB staff heads to Manhattan to rescue a wallaby living in an apartment; a fruit bat discovers how to spread her wings, and a trio of alligators move into their summer home.
A trio of abandoned puma cubs arrives at the zoo, while the staff grows concerned that Ella, the oldest rhino, is not acting herself; a Caribbean flamingo is born at the zoo after nearly two decades, and Otto the stallion makes his debut.
A new male okapi named Magani is paired with breeding veteran Kweli who has already had several calves, but Kweli develops congestive heart failure.
A popular sea lion falls ill after ingesting a foreign object; the avian team devises a plan to increase the cock-of-the-rocks population.
Two sickly newborn fawns form an unbreakable bond while they are hand-reared by staff; the leopard Khazo gets a surprise that enhances its life, and tensions run high as the reptile staff attempts to collect blood from Cuban crocs.
A first-ever, in-depth and behind-the-scenes look at the diverse animals residing at the Bronx Zoo, including the knowledge and diverse skills that are needed to run the world-famous facility.
It's a series of firsts when the zoo welcomes its first-ever Atlantic puffin chick; Penny the rhino undergoes a series of allergy tests; an endangered species of gecko welcomes its first hatchling.
Seven little blues join the penguin exhibit and are quick to mingle with the rest of the colony; a honey-loving grizzly slows her step, and the staff grows concerned; a turtle can't seem to get along with the alligators; a nyala calf is born.
More than 100 venomous snakes are taken from a private home; problems arise when two pronghorn fawns make their debut; a device is built for a Red River hog.