Red Fox

Red Fox

Though it is called a red fox, this canine can be red, black and a number of shades in between. Both an opportunistic scavenger and a skilled hunter of small animals, the red fox has adapted the technique of sometimes catching its prey and burying it in snow or dirt for consumption at a later time.

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New Arrivals

Amur leopard cubs

Born on June 19, 2019, to mother Tria and father Rafferty.

Click HERE to see the CNYCentral story about them!

Humboldt penguin chicks

Hatched on May 1 and May 4, 2019, to Frederico and Poquita.

Click HERE to see the CNYCentral story about their introduction.

American bison calf

Born on exhibit on May 9, 2019 to mother bison Sue and father Harley.

Click HERE to see the Zooborns story, including video of the birth!

Sichuan takin calf

Born March 9, 2019, to mother Jaio and father Bo.

Click HERE to see the LocalSYR story about his birth.

Asian elephant calf

Born January 15, 2019, to mother Mali and father Doc.

Click HERE to see a video about his birth. 

Snow leopard cubs Ozzy and Strut

Born: May 30, 2018 - went on exhibit September 20, 2018

Click here for the syracuse.com video.

Photo by Terri Redhead

Baby patas monkey Etta

Born: August 1, 2018
Click here to read a story about the naming vote.

Photo by Maria Simmons

Twin baby red pandas Loofah and Doofah

Born: June 21, 2018
Click here for news coverage about their birth.

Photo by Maria Simmons

Baby meerkat pups Little Foot, Spike, Petrie and Ducky

Born: May 1, 2018
Click here for news coverage about their birth.

Photo by Maria Simmons

Humboldt penguin chick Felìx

Hatched: February 25, 2018
Click here to read the news report about him.

Felix photo by Deb DeLorenzo

 

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