Baby’s Klipspringer Antelope is tying up with her mother before her public debut at the Florida Zoo.
The calf was born on April 15th at the Breberd Zoo in Melbourne to his mother Deborah and his father Ajab. The calf weighed 27.5 ounces (0.78 kilograms).
Zoo officials have not yet named the calf. It’s nursing and seems healthy, Release said. The male calf was the ninth Klipspringer born at the zoo.
Antelope seeds usually give birth to one calf. Calves grow to 18-40 pounds (8-18 kilograms). They grow wild in sub-Saharan African rocks and are known for their solid footsteps.
Florida Zoo Welcomes 27.5 oz Baby Klipspringer Antelope Melbourne Florida
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