A pack of handsome brothers is getting settled at New York's Bronx Zoo.
The NYPD is asking for the public's help finding the woman who climbed into a lion exhibit at the Bronx Zoo and appeared to taunt the animal.
The NYPD has identified Myah Autry, 32, as the woman who was caught on social media climbing into the lion enclosure at the Bronx Zoo on September 28 and appeared to taunt one of the lions inside.
Video has gone viral of a woman inside the lion enclosure at the Bronx Zoo.
The fight to get Happy the Elephant released from the Bronx Zoo was back in court Monday, with a judge hearing arguments from both sides.
The fight to get Happy the Elephant released from the Bronx Zoo was back in court Monday, with a judge hearing arguments from both sides. The group the Nonhuman Rights Project filed a lawsuit last year for her release to an elephant sanctuary, asking the court to recognize Happy’s legal personhood and right to bodily liberty.
The Zoo airs on Animal Planet Sundays at 8 p.m.
An elephant named Happy who has lived mostly alone since her mate was fatally injured is being "unlawfully imprisoned" by a New York City zoo, according to a legal petition filed Tuesday by an activist group.
An animal welfare group has brought a legal action against the Bronx Zoo on behalf of an elephant named Happy who was separated from the zoo's two other elephants after they fatally injured her mate.
You can climb and zipline at the Bronx Zoo as part of its Treetop Adventure. Visit: http://bronxzoo.com/treetop
Nayyeyln and Victor Garcia share more than just the same parents. In October, 7, donated bone marrow to her older brother. Victor was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia in 2015, a dire diagnosis without known causes or effective forms of simple treatment. In short, the 11-year-old needed a bone marrow transplant to survive.