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Vesta the reticulated giraffe, named after the Greek goddess of home and hearth, was born on Valentine's Day.
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/ Tanganyika Wildlife Park
Vesta, the smallest giraffe, is the fourth baby born to Venus at Tanganyika Wildlife Park.
Vesta is the most recent addition to Tanganyika Wildlife Parks African animal collection.
Vesta, who was born on Valentine's Day, was the second baby giraffe born at Tanganyika within two months.
Elmer, the ring-tailed lemur, was born in mid-March and weighs about 130 grams.
Elmer, a ring-tailed lemur, is the first baby born to Lizzy. She has rejected the baby, and Tanganyika Wildlife Park is raising Elmer. Visitors can see him in the park's baby nursery.
Lion cub born at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City.
/ Photo by Kristi Newland
Nia, a chimpanzee infant at the Sunset Zoo in Manhattan.
/ Courtesy of Sunset Zoo
A flamingo chick at the Sunset Zoo in Manhattan.
Male reticulated giraffe, born Nov. 23, 2008, at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City.
/ Photo by Kathy Sexson
A baby wallaroo with its mother at the Sedgwick County Zoo.
/ Courtesy of Sedgwick County Zoo
New baby opossums at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure in Salina.
/ Courtesy of Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure
Baby Bactrian camel, born May 23, 2008, at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City.
/ Courtesy of Lee Richardson Zoo
A baby giant anteater at the Sunset Zoo in Manhattan.
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