In Episode 2: Pool Party, it’s the sea lions (not the school kids) that have the loudest voices at the Bronx Zoo! In their own words—and with some translation help from their keeper—they introduce you to their noisy group.
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One fish, two fish, frilly fish, spotted fish! Exotic swimmers from around the world navigate the waters of our Explore the Shore exhibit. Meet a few of the most colorful standouts in this slideshow.
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Although sand tiger sharks often swim with their mouths open, exposing rows of sharp teeth, they are not considered dangerous to people. Their favorite foods are bony fish and shellfish.
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A “herd” of baby pot-bellied seahorses are making waves at the WCS New York Aquarium. Known as fry (not ponies), the babies were born to several sets of parents. Their arrival is significant, as this is a threatened species.
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