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11 Августа 2010, 11:21

A handout photo taken and released on August 5, 2010 shows the first pygmy hippo calf called 'Kambiri' and which is the first to be reared by its mother at Sydney's Taronga Zoo in over 20 years. Born on June 26 2010, weighing a very healthy 5.3 kilograms, the Zoo is delighted to report that Kambiri has doubled her birth weight and now tips the scales over 13 kilograms, putting on about 300 grams a day. Pygmy Hippos are a solitary forest-dwelling creature native to West Africa and little is known about them in the wild with the majority of research recorded about the species learned from those cared for in zoos. The World Conservation Union estimates that there are fewer than 3000 Pygmy Hippos remaining in the wild. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES AFP PHOTO/HO/TARONGA ZOO/Rick STEVENS
A handout photo taken and released on August 5, 2010 shows the first pygmy hippo calf called 'Kambiri' with her mother 'Petre' and which is the first to be reared by its mother at Sydney's Taronga Zoo in over 20 years. Born on June 26 2010, weighing a very healthy 5.3 kilograms, the Zoo is delighted to report that Kambiri has doubled her birth weight and now tips the scales over 13 kilograms, putting on about 300 grams a day. Pygmy Hippos are a solitary forest-dwelling creature native to West Africa and little is known about them in the wild with the majority of research recorded about the species learned from those cared for in zoos. The World Conservation Union estimates that there are fewer than 3000 Pygmy Hippos remaining in the wild. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES AFP PHOTO/HO/TARONGA ZOO/Rick STEVENS
A handout photo taken and released on August 5, 2010 shows the first pygmy hippo calf called 'Kambiri' with her mother 'Petre' and which is the first to be reared by its mother at Sydney's Taronga Zoo in over 20 years. Born on June 26 2010, weighing a very healthy 5.3 kilograms, the Zoo is delighted to report that Kambiri has doubled her birth weight and now tips the scales over 13 kilograms, putting on about 300 grams a day. Pygmy Hippos are a solitary forest-dwelling creature native to West Africa and little is known about them in the wild with the majority of research recorded about the species learned from those cared for in zoos. The World Conservation Union estimates that there are fewer than 3000 Pygmy Hippos remaining in the wild. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES AFP PHOTO/HO/TARONGA ZOO/Rick STEVENS
A newly-born black rhinoceros baby named "Kiwidi" lays next to its mother "Nane" at the zoo in the western German city of Krefeld on August 6, 2010. The young rhino was born on July 30, 2010 at the zoo. AFP PHOTO / HORST OSSINGER GERMANY OUT
A newly-born black rhinoceros baby named "Kiwidi" lays next to its mother "Nane" at the zoo in the western German city of Krefeld on August 6, 2010. The young rhino was born on July 30, 2010 at the zoo. AFP PHOTO / HORST OSSINGER GERMANY OUT
TOPSHOTS A four week old Giant Red Kangaroo baby looks at a leaf of salad from it's mother's pouch at the Zoo in Berlin, August 10, 2010. Giant Red Kangaroos is common all over the Australian continent and a hit with visitors to the zoo in the German capital. With a weight of up to 90 kg full-grown Giant Red Kanagaroo males are the largest living marsupials. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN
SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 10: Three Magellanic penguin chicks walk by a group of children as they walk to their new home on Penguin Island at the San Francisco Zoo August 10, 2010 in San Francisco, California. The three Magellanic penguin chicks were born earlier this year and have been raised behind-the-scenes at the Avian Conservation Center before they were released onto the Island. A colony of 44 penguins reside on the Island. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images== FOR NEWSPAPERS, INTERNET, TELCOS & TELEVISION USE ONLY ==
SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 10: Three Magellanic penguin chicks walk by a group of children as they walk to their new home on Penguin Island at the San Francisco Zoo August 10, 2010 in San Francisco, California. The three Magellanic penguin chicks were born earlier this year and have been raised behind-the-scenes at the Avian Conservation Center before they were released onto the Island. A colony of 44 penguins reside on the Island. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP== FOR NEWSPAPERS, INTERNET, TELCOS & TELEVISION USE ONLY ==
SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 10: Three Magellanic penguin chick contemplate diving into the water at their new home on Penguin Island at the San Francisco Zoo August 10, 2010 in San Francisco, California. The three Magellanic penguin chicks were born earlier this year and have been raised behind-the-scenes at the Avian Conservation Center before they were released onto the Island. A colony of 44 penguins reside on the Island. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP== FOR NEWSPAPERS, INTERNET, TELCOS & TELEVISION USE ONLY ==
A five-day old male elephant is pictured with his mother, Numbi, in Schoenbrunn zoo on August 11, 2010 in Vienna. The Schoenbrunn zoo is part of the imperial summer residence of Schoenbrunn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the world's oldest zoo, according to its website. AFP PHOTO/DIETER NAGL
A five-day old male elephant is pictured with his mother, Numbi, in Schoenbrunn zoo on August 11, 2010 in Vienna. The Schoenbrunn zoo is part of the imperial summer residence of Schoenbrunn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the world's oldest zoo, according to its website. AFP PHOTO/DIETER NAGL
A four week old Giant Red Kangaroo baby looks at another kangaroo eat from it's mother's pouch at the Zoo in Berlin, August 10, 2010. Giant Red Kangaroos is common all over the Australian continent and a hit with visitors to the zoo in the German capital. With a weight of up to 90 kg full-grown Giant Red Kanagaroo males are the largest living marsupials. AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN
A five-day-old baby elephant walks in its enclosure at the zoo in the northern German city of Hanover on August 10, 2010. AFP PHOTO / HOLGER HOLLEMANN GERMANY OUT
A five-day-old baby elephant walks in its enclosure next to his mother Manari (L) and his aunt Sayang (R) in the zoo in the northern German city of Hanover on August 10, 2010. AFP PHOTO / HOLGER HOLLEMANN GERMANY OUT
TOPSHOTS A newly-born black rhinoceros baby named "Kiwidi" stands next to its mother "Nane" at the zoo in the western German city of Krefeld on August 6, 2010. The young rhino was born on July 30, 2010 at the zoo. AFP PHOTO / HORST OSSINGER GERMANY OUT
A handout photo taken and released on August 5, 2010 shows the first pygmy hippo calf called 'Kambiri' with her mother 'Petre' and is the first to be reared by its mother at Sydney's Taronga Zoo in over 20 years. Born on June 26 2010, weighing a very healthy 5.3 kilograms, the Zoo is delighted to report that Kambiri has doubled her birth weight and now tips the scales over 13 kilograms, putting on about 300 grams a day. Pygmy Hippos are a solitary forest-dwelling creature native to West Africa and little is known about them in the wild with the majority of research recorded about the species learned from those cared for in zoos. The World Conservation Union estimates that there are fewer than 3000 Pygmy Hippos remaining in the wild. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES AFP PHOTO/HO/TARONGA ZOO/Rick STEVENS
A five-day old male elephant is pictured in Schoenbrunn zoo on August 11, 2010 in Vienna. The Schoenbrunn zoo is part of the imperial summer residence of Schoenbrunn, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the world's oldest zoo, according to its website. AFP PHOTO/DIETER NAGL
Three snowy owls chicks stand on a barrel in Hanover zoo, northern Germany on August 4, 2010. The birds are also known in North America as the Arctic Owl. AFP PHOTO / JOECHEN LUEBKE GERMANY OUT
SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 10: Three Magellanic penguin chicks pause as they walk to their new home on Penguin Island at the San Francisco Zoo August 10, 2010 in San Francisco, California. The three Magellanic penguin chicks were born earlier this year and have been raised behind-the-scenes at the Avian Conservation Center before they were released onto the Island. A colony of 44 penguins reside on the Island. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP== FOR NEWSPAPERS, INTERNET, TELCOS & TELEVISION USE ONLY ==

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