Sep 18, 2019
Summertime babies bring joy to zoo, aquarium visitors

Our local zoos and aquariums have been busy welcoming new animals for us to see!

Most recently the Kansas City Zoo welcomed a baby giraffe, who is on the taller side of normal newborns.

The first Indian rhino born in more than 100 years at the Henry Doorly Zoo is the most adorable thing you’ll see in Omaha.

The Columbus Zoo in Ohio had not one, not two, but three new African lion cubs born to 4-year-old lioness.

Heading south to Kentucky, a lovely elephant calf was born in August at the Louisville Zoo.

The San Diego Zoo is continuing to help repopulate wildlife. A Southern White Rhino Calf was born through Artificial Insemination.

A striped baby shark (do, do, do, do, do, do, do) was hatched just in time for Shark Week at the Tennessee Aquarium.

Two more adorable river otters were born at the Oregon Zoo. Flora and Hobson are loving all the attention!

Oh. My. Goodness. June saw the birth of another red panda at the Milwaukee County Zoo and everyone is swooning.

A White Mantled Colobus, found in Kenya and East Africa was born at the Mesker Park Zoo and can be found in the children’s enchanted forest.




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