Forest Reindeer have a calf, Pygmy Marmosets got twins, and birds incubate their eggs
2020.05.30.

The spring season is in bloom in Riga Zoo. We already told you about new babies at the Zoo. Now they are joined by many more.

Last Sunday a female calf was born to European Forest Reindeer. The baby is still very young and spends most of its time resting hidden on the ground.

In Tropical House, the smallest monkeys of the world, Pygmy Marmosets, have twins. The proud father takes most of the care for the babies, carrying them on its back.

The male Cassowary, Sudrabs (Silver) continues to incubate two eggs. Manchurian Cranes incubate two eggs (incubation is shared by both parents). A female Snowy Owl incubates a clutch as well (while the male provides her with the food).

From Saturday, 30 May, another building will be open to the public. You'll be welcome to the exhibit of reptiles in Terrarium House. You'll meet here a new bird species at the Zoo, too, the European Roller.

 

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