Zoo Babies

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Mac, a playful Asian elephant who already weighs almost 800 pounds.
Courtesy Houston Zoo
A baby ebony langur explores its home at the Bronx Zoo's JungleWorld.
Courtesy J. Maher © WCS
Two Indian rhinos on the go are among the 50-plus rhinos born at the San Diego Wild Animal Park since 1978.
Courtesy San Diego Zoo
The Bronx Zoo's snow leopard Mei Mei with her two female cubs.
Courtesy J. Maher © WCS
A baby Bornean Sun Bear shows his distinctive yellow crescent-shaped chest marking.
Courtesy San Diego Zoo
Kuchi cuddles her gorilla twins.
Courtesy Zoo Atlanta
Jasper, an adorable Nigerian dwarf goat, was born in early April.
Courtesy Houston Zoo
A tiny, spiky prehensile-tailed porcupine.
Jessie Cohen, courtesy Smithsonian\'s National Zoo
A mother and baby okapi, unusual and strikingly beautiful animals found in central Africa.
Courtesy San Diego Zoo
Mei Lan, the only giant panda born in the U.S. in 2006, and her mother, Lun Lun.
Courtesy Zoo Atlanta
A newborn African elephant (less than two months old) sticks close to his mother Litsemba.
Courtesy San Diego Zoo
Native to Southeast Asia, the slow loris has startlingly large, round eyes.
Courtesy San Diego Zoo
A baby waterbuck—a type of antelope—named Obi nuzzles his mother.
Courtesy Zoo Atlanta
Balawat, a baby sloth bear, adjusts to his new home in the Asia Trail exhibit.
Jessie Cohen, courtesy Smithsonian\'s National Zoo
A giraffe mother and baby share a tender moment at the Bronx Zoo.
Courtesy J. Maher © WCS

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