Saturday, 26 May 2018 To the delight of photographers and visitors alike, a fluffy, four-month-old panda cub greeted the public for the first time at a Malaysian zoo. Her birth was a rare win in the tricky realm of natural panda reproduction.
A baby panda was supposed to be making her public debut, but she opted for a nap instead. Even as the media and zoo visitors lined up for what was sure to be an adorable photo op, she was unmoved by the enthusiasm. She doesn't really seem to be interested in any of the fuss over her, until someone...
Zoos are one of my favorite places to visit. I know that some of you may find keeping wild animals in any kind of captivity very sad, and I agree with that. But many of those animals are actually born..
Poco, a two-month-old baby tamandua that was born on Easter Monday, recently made her public debut in London Zoo. Last October, a tamandua male named Tobi moved to London Zoo to join female Ria. Poco..