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Bronx Zoo recently unveiled a coupon offering discounts to first responders such as police officers, EMTs and firefighters.
The Bronx Zoo is one of the world’s premier zoos, home to hundreds of animals resembling their natural environments in habitats that reflect nature. Additionally, the Bronx Zoo plays an essential role in wildlife conservation; helping reintroduce American bison into the wild in 1905 and Chinese alligators into captivity more recently in 2007.
Take advantage of this discount on your next visit to the zoo by purchasing tickets online and showing ID. In addition, students and seniors receive discounted admission, offering even greater opportunities to save money when buying tickets.
How to get your discount easily: Register an account with the zoo and go through their ID verification. If you don’t already have one, sign up online right now – your discount code will arrive as soon as you confirm!
The Zoo is proud to be affiliated with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), an international conservation nonprofit working worldwide to save wildlife and wild places. Through science, global conservation efforts, education initiatives and environmental activism WCS helps change attitudes about nature while inspiring people to envision how wildlife and humans can coexist harmoniously.
Wednesday evening in West Farms, an escaped peacock attacked and bit an individual before returning into its park home base and perching itself on a tree branch above Krystal Community Gardens for the night, according to police reports.