A collection of baby animals born at popular zoos around the United States.
Allie, a 26-year-old bottlenose dolphin, swims with her newborn calf at Brookfield Zoo’s Seven Seas exhibit in Brookfield, Illinois on August 7, 2013. Allie gave birth on August 2 to the approximately 40-pound, 3-foot-long calf. UPI/Brian Kersey
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Latangi, a six day old Asian elephant calf, walks with her mother La Belle in the Ramat Gan Safari Park near Tel Aviv, Israel, August 7, 2013. Asian elephants are an endangered species.UPI/Debbie Hill
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A baby pudu deer was born May 3 at the Queens Zoo in New York. (Wildlife Conservation Society/Julie Larsen Maher)
A month-old addax antelope sits in some sand in its habitat at the Brookfield Zoo on July 2, 2013 in Brookfield, Illinois. The zoo saw the first birth this highly endangered species on June 7 and had another on June 22 with two more calves expected. The addax antelope is highly endangered with only 200 individuals alive in zoos and another 300 in the wild. UPI/Brian Kersey
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An 11-day-old giraffe calf explores his habitat at the Brookfield Zoo on July 2, 2013 in Brookfield, Illinois. Jasiri, a 7-year-old giraffe gave birth to the 173-pound, 5-foot-9-inch tall male calf on June 21, 2013 at the Zoo, which is located just outside of Chicago. UPI/Brian Kersey
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Three black and white ruffed lemurs sit with their mother in the Saint Louis Zoo’s Primate House in St. Louis on June 17, 2013. Born on May 14, 2013 the critically endangered species are unique to Madagascar. This birth is part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Ruffed Lemur Species Survival Plan (SSP), a program to manage a genetically healthy population of black and white ruffed lemurs in North American zoos. UPI/Saint Louis Zoo
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It was all about new experiences as the youngest member of the panda family, Xiao Liwu, got to play in the snow for the first time at the San Diego Zoo on March 19, 2012, in San Diego, California. The seven-month-old cub explored his snowy exhibit and had fun climbing all over mom Bai Yun, playfully nipping and wrestling with her in the snow. More than 15 tons of fresh snow was blown into the panda's exhibit early this morning as part of an enrichment surprise for the pandas. UPI/Ken Bohn/San Diego Zoo
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