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October 29, 2020

It’s a girl!

Chimpanzee Utamu gave birth to a yet-to-be-named female baby around 3:30 a.m. yesterday, October 28, 2020, at Jungle of the Apes.
The baby appears to be healthy and is clinging to mom well, according to the Zoo’s primate care team and veterinarians. The team will watch the mother and infant closely during the coming days and weeks, monitoring for nursing and observing the behavior of Utamu and the baby.
Utamu and her baby will stay in a private maternity area for some time to allow them to continue to strengthen their bond. A public debut date is not known at this time. Zoo guests may see other members of the chimpanzee troop in the outdoor habitats, weather permitting.
Check out this video of Utamu and her baby courtesy of Jungle of the Apes keepers.
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Holiday Adoption

This holiday season give the gift that’s heads and shoulders above the rest!

Adopt a reticulated giraffe as a unique gift for someone special. This gift package comes with a commemorative plush toy and personalized gift card. The Zoo will send an adoption package to anyone in the continental U.S. To ensure December 24 delivery, all online and phone orders must be placed by December 7. You may also pick up an adoption package at a Zoo Welcome Desk during regular Zoo hours, while supplies last. 

Adopt a reticulated giraffe here