Zoo Miami Shows Off Latest Addition; Baby Warthogs!

Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads.  (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
Warthog Four female warthog piglets were born on April 13th and spent several weeks behind the scenes with their protective mother to insure that they are healthy and developing well. Warthogs are a type of African wild pig that is distinguished by large upward curving tusks and what appear to be large “warts” growing out of the sides of their heads. (Courtesy: Ron Magill/Zoo Miami)
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