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Tag Archives: baby
Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Yep, it’s another cute baby from the wonderful world of the animal kingdom, er the nature’s animal kingdom, not Disney’s theme park. This baby anteater was born to mom, Adelhi, on December 23, 2009 … Continue reading
Continuing it’s world leading program of conservation and animal breeding, Disney’s Animal Kingdom recently welcomed its 28th gerenuk calf weighing in at eight pounds and approximately 1 ¾ feet tall, after a seven-month gestation. The female calf, named Squirt, was … Continue reading
Cute alert! The Walt Disney World Resort recently welcomed two male calves to the giraffe herd at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Bolo and Bruehler are the 13th and 14th giraffes to be born at DAK since the park opened in 1998. … Continue reading
Discovery Cove is booming with baby dolphins – just this month, four Atlantic bottlenose dolphins were born. Above, twelve year-old Clipper, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin at Discovery Cove, swims together with her newborn male calf. The calf will get a … Continue reading