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Porcupine Mother 'Prickles' Welcomes Baby Porcupette at New England Zoo
The new addition is the third offspring born to parents Prickles and Shadow, two prehensile-tailed porcupines at the Stone Zoo in Massachusetts
Zoo Captures Incredible Moment Critically Endangered Orangutan Gives Birth to Healthy Baby
The Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria, recently welcomed its first baby orangutan in 20 years
Rare Endangered Whooping Crane Hatches at Virginia Conservation Institute
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute announced that the egg was abandoned in Wisconsin and then given to surrogate parents at the Virginia facility
San Diego Zoo Announces Birth of First Aardvark Cub in Over 35 Years: 'New Princess Dirt Pig'
First-time aardvark parents — mother Zola and father Azaan — welcomed the aardvark cub on May 10 at the California zoo
San Francisco Zoo Becomes Home to Three Parrot Chicks Rescued from Smugglers: 'Beautiful Birds'
The San Francisco Zoo and Gardens recently announced the arrival of 12-week-old yellow-crowned Amazon parrot chicks, who will stay behind the scenes at the California zoo until they are older
The Minnesota Zoo Introduces Three Endangered Amur Tiger Cubs Born on Mother's Day
The three cubs were born on Mother's Day but have yet to make their public debut at the Minnesota Zoo
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An Oregon Zoo Otter Mom Is Getting Her Baby Summer-Ready with Some Serious Swim Lessons — Watch
North American river otter mom Tilly is teaching her new pup Mo how to swim by diving into the water with the baby animal at the Oregon Zoo
Switzerland Zoo Announces Birth of Rare Albino Giant Galapagos Tortoise: 'Phenomenon of Nature'
The Tropiquarium Zoo in Servion, Switzerland, recently welcomed two giant Galapagos tortoises, one tortoise with darker coloring, like its parents, and one with albinism
Rescuers Reunite Baby Sloth and Mom Separated on Costa Rica Beach by Playing Tiny Sloth's Call

Costa Rica's Jaguar Rescue Center made sure to get a baby sloth back to its mother using a tested technique the wildlife center created