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This docuseries presents the daily routines behind the scenes of the Bronx Zoo in New York City. Filmed over an eight-month period, the series looks at the keepers' chores as they work to keep thousands of animals happy and healthy . The series debuted on the Animal Planet cable network in early 2017.

The Zoo is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (68 episodes). The series first aired on February 18, 2017.

The Zoo is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Zoo on demand atPhilo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Animal Planet, Pluto TV online.

Animal Planet
6 Seasons, 68 Episodes
February 18, 2017
Cast: Melissa Doyle
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The Zoo Full Episode Guide

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • It's a series of firsts when the Central Park Zoo welcomes its first-ever Atlantic puffin chick. A rhino called Penny undergoes a series of allergy tests, while an endangered species of gecko welcomes her first hatchling.

  • The zoo opens an endangered turtle species facility, while Malayan tigers Suhanna and Rimba struggle to breed, because Rimba seems disinterested. Needles the porcupine gets a new mate, and the Guar herd eagerly await the arrival of new calves.

  • Two sickly newborn fawns form an unbreakable bond while they are hand-reared by staff. Leopard Khazo gets a surprise that enhances her life, and tensions run high as the reptile staff attempts to collect blood from Cuban crocs.

  • 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. Endangered snakes are coupled for breeding, and Andean bear cubs meet their fans.

  • An okapi called Magani is ready to breed and is paired with veteran Kweli to learn the ropes. Lola the blue iguana plays hard-to-get when introduced to a potential mate, and anteater Velcro shows off her talents with a new tool.

  • A rowdy, young markhor is injured and vets must treat his infected hoof. The TAB staff head to Manhattan to rescue a wallaby living in an apartment, while a fruit bat discovers how to spread her wings, and a trio of alligators move into their summer home.

  • 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.

  • A charismatic ostrich named Olga works to be reunited with her flock. Buster the squirrel monkey is introduced to the Zoo's troop of feisty females. A functionally extinct species of turtle finds new life, and everyone's favorite warthog is back.

  • 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.

  • Susan continues her trip deep in the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil to work with the highly endangered Golden Lion Tamarins. Only days before she arrived, devastation hit the region with a major fire.

  • A lifelong dream comes true when Susan travels to the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil to visit highly endangered Golden Lion Tamarins. Two new female African Painted dogs meet the 12 year old resident male.

  • With several members of the herd expecting calves, the zoo keeping team have their hands full at the elephant habitat. Two new members join the African Painted dog pack, and a young giraffe is welcomed into the herd.

  • Brendan checks up on the Indian Black Buck herd, one of the members needs a minor procedure. The pitter patter of tiny new paws on the Red Ruff Lemurs Island.

  • There is a pair of tiny new arrivals in the Pygmy Marmoset habitat. Helen is concerned when one of the Ostrich flock develops a limp.

  • There's great excitement in the troop when new babies are born on the Mangabey Island. Eddie and Louise come up with an interesting method to feed a pair of Abyssinian Ground Hornbill chicks.

  • Garth introduces some new members to the Waldrapp Ibis flock. We catch up with the white faced Saki family and their rapidly growing youngster.

  • A baby Abyssinian Ground Hornbill needs a helping hand from Eddie and his team.A vital operation is needed for a young giraffe with severe pain in her leg.

  • Two newly arrived okapis take their first tentative steps outside into their new habitat. The zookeepers try to get to the bottom of Leoni the orangutan's mysterious cough.

  • In this week's episode, Dublin Zoo welcomes two exotic new arrivals who are critically endangered in the wild, a pair of beautiful and highly unusual okapi.