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The Bronx Zoo and New York City’s aquarium are set to reopen this month.

The Bronx Zoo and New York City's aquarium and three other zoos will reopen this month after being closed since March 16

The Wildlife Conservation Society announced that its four New York City zoos and aquarium, including the Bronx Zoo and Central Park Zoo, are planning to reopen to the broader public on July 24. More at:

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Wildlife parks here, including the Singapore Zoo, are monitoring its captive animals for Covid-19 infections after a recent episode in the New York City Bronx Zoo, where a tiger tested positive for the coronavirus. #AsiaNewsNetwork 

Seven additional big cats at the Bronx Zoo have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society, the non-profit organization that runs the zoo. That makes a total of eight big cats who contracted coronavirus at the zoo in New York City.

NEW: Four more tigers and three lions have tested positive for COVID-19 at New York City's Bronx Zoo. The zoo says all the cats who have tested positive are doing better and their coughing has subsided.

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NEW: Four more tigers and three lions have tested positive for COVID-19 at New York City's Bronx Zoo. The zoo says all the cats who have tested positive are doing better and their coughing has subsided.

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A 4-year-old tiger inside New York City’s Bronx Zoo has tested positive for COVID-19, and officials believe a few more big cats there have it, too. Does this mean pets can get the coronavirus, too?

A four-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for coronavirus—the first-known animal in the United States to test positive for the virus.

ANIMALS TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19: Four tigers and three lions have now tested positive for the virus at New York City’s Bronx Zoo.

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A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City tested positive for COVID-19 — it's the first known non-domesticated animal to be infected

A 4-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for the coronavirus. Officials believe this is a unique case because the tiger became sick after exposure to an asymptomatic zoo employee

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A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus, in the first known case of a human infecting an animal and making it sick, the zoo’s chief veterinarian says

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A tiger at New York City's Bronx Zoo has tested positive for COVID-19, the Wildlife Conservation Society said in a statement.

Tiger at Bronx Zoo in New York City tests positive for coronavirus

Cultural institutions across New York City are closed, but essential staff at the Bronx Zoo still need to care for roughly 6,000 animals. They don't seem too upset about the privacy.

Fidel Castro stares into a tiger's eyes at the Bronx Zoo in New York City, 1959

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Fidel Castro stares into a tiger's eyes at the Bronx Zoo in New York City, 1959

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