Cute Alert: New Animal Babies At Zoo Miami

On Friday, May 30th, Zoo Miami welcomed the birth of a male white-faced saki monkey.  This is the first birth of this species of Tropical American monkey for Zoo Miami.  Found in the rainforest trees of Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela, these fruit eating monkeys rarely come to the ground and are considered vulnerable due to habitat destruction and hunting for food and the pet trade. (Source: Zoo Miami)
White Faced Saki Monkey
(Source: Zoo Miami)
On Friday, May 30th, Zoo Miami welcomed the birth of a male white-faced saki monkey. This is the first birth of this species of Tropical American monkey for Zoo Miami. Found in the rainforest trees of Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela, these fruit eating monkeys rarely come to the ground and are considered vulnerable due to habitat destruction and hunting for food and the pet trade. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm.  This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa.  (Source: Zoo Miami)
New Baby Rhino On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm. This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm.  This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa.  (Source: Zoo Miami)
New Baby Rhino On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm. This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm.  This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa.  (Source: Zoo Miami)
New Baby Rhino On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm. This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm.  This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa.  (Source: Zoo Miami)
New Baby Rhino On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm. This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm.  This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa.  (Source: Zoo Miami)
New Baby Rhino On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm. This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm.  This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa.  (Source: Zoo Miami)
New Baby Rhino On Sunday May 25th, a black rhinoceros was born just after 11:00 pm. This was the 13th successful birth at Zoo Miami for this highly endangered species. Black rhinos are highly endangered as they continue to be poached at alarming rates in Eastern and Southern Africa. (Source: Zoo Miami)
On Friday, May 30th, Zoo Miami welcomed the birth of a male white-faced saki monkey.  This is the first birth of this species of Tropical American monkey for Zoo Miami.  Found in the rainforest trees of Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela, these fruit eating monkeys rarely come to the ground and are considered vulnerable due to habitat destruction and hunting for food and the pet trade. (Source: Zoo Miami)
White Faced Saki Monkey
(Source: Zoo Miami)
On Friday, May 30th, Zoo Miami welcomed the birth of a male white-faced saki monkey. This is the first birth of this species of Tropical American monkey for Zoo Miami. Found in the rainforest trees of Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela, these fruit eating monkeys rarely come to the ground and are considered vulnerable due to habitat destruction and hunting for food and the pet trade. (Source: Zoo Miami)
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