Tag: "zoo birth"
It was an exciting day at Zoo Atlanta on Tuesday! Chelsea, a 7-year-old female Sumatran tiger, gave birth to two cubs late on July 5. Not only are the cubs the first offspring for Chelsea and 10-year-old male Kavi, they are also the first tigers born at Zoo Atlanta in more than a decade.
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is the only place in the United States where the rare Indonesian Javan Gibbon monkeys are on public display. The display is now set to become even more popular among visitors with the birth of a baby Javan Monkey.
Staff at the Isle of Wight Zoo are excited to announce that one of their endangered black lemur’s has given birth!
The baby lemur was born last week but keepers did not realise until zoo visitors spotted the tiny baby clinging to its mother.
The birth of a baby giraffe in Cincinnati zoo ended the long wait of the staffers who last saw a baby giraffe birth in 1985. The calf, born on Saturday was seen cuddling its mother and nestled to her warmth while also looking at the world it had arrived in.
Twin polar bears, Gregor and Aleut made their first public appearance this week at the Tiergarten zoo in Nuremberg, Germany.
The San Francisco Zoological Society is proud to announce the birth of a female Queensland, koala (joey), a first for the Zoo since 2000.