Cincinnati Zoo hippo Bibi has given delivery to her second child hippo

zoo TODAY ARE WE WITH THE WHOLE BEGEMOT FAMILY. THIS SRU IS FAMOUS IN THE WORLD. HIPPO FIONA WILL SOON HAVE TO SHARE A PROFECTOR IN LITHUANIA BECAUSE THERE WILL BE A NEW BABY. TOWN HARD TO BELIEVE FIONA IS NOW GOING TO BE MATT’S BIG SISTER. I KNOW ANOTHER BABY IS ON THE WAY. I AM VERY EXCITED. YES, BB IS EXPECTING AND YOU COULD CALL IT A SURPRISE PREGNANCY. WE DID NOT TAKE IT AWAY. WE WILL LIE. SHE BELIEVED ON BIRTH CONTROL BUT I FOUND A WAY WE WERE PREPARED VEHA THAT FIONAHE T ZOO HAD THIS ULTRASOUND IMAGE ON SOCIAL MEDIA ON SUNDAY SAYING PPHAY BROTHERS DAY. A PHOTO OF THE WATERMELON ARRIVED AFTER THE POST AND JUST A FEW HOURS LATER. IT’S OFFICIAL, ZOOSUR ANNOUNCED TODAY’S BABIES. AFTER BIRTH, BUT WE DECIDED THAT IT COULD BE CZYRA, THAT SHE WAS NOT CONSCIOUS, BUT COULD BE PREGNANT AND WE DECIDED TO DO AN ULTRASOUND AND FIVE-YEAR-OLD WORKBEWIDE POWIDEPOPOIR TREES FIONAWIDE WE TRIED TO DO AN ULTRASOUND AT SIX WEEKS EARLY AFTER HER BIRTH WAS NOT REMEMBERED. YOU CAN SAY SHE IS A FAN FAVORITE AT THE ZOO. WHAT DO YOU THINK FIONA WILL BECOME A BIG SISTER? I MUST SAY I AM REALLY THE GREATEST AND TODAY I AM TODAY. FIONA WILL ALWAYS BE THE GIRL WHO TAKES NO CHANCES. AND BEGEMOTO, WHO WILL SOON HAVE TO LEARN TO SHARE THE ATTENTION WAY WITH HIS 18-YEAR-OLD BROTHER OR SISTER, IS A PROUD DADDY. ZOOIL WILL SHARE UPDATES ABOUT BB’S PREGNANCY AND BABY PREPARATION FROM

Fiona is a big sister: Cincinnati Zoo hippo Bibi has given birth to her second baby hippo

Cincinnati Zoo’s most famous resident, Fiona, is officially a big sister. The Cincinnati Zoo has announced that Bibi has given birth to her second baby hippo. The new addition to the family arrived around 10pm on Wednesday night. “This calf looks huge to us because Fiona, Bibi’s first baby, weighed just 29kg when she was born six weeks early and couldn’t stand on her own. This new calf weighs at least twice as much as Fiona and is already walking,” said Christina Gorsuch, director of animal care at the Cincinnati Zoo. “We’re not sure if lactation has happened yet because the water is cloudy. This is Bibi’s first time. nursing as Fiona had to be looked after by hippo staff, so we are keeping a close eye on them to make sure we don’t have to intervene.” Fiona weighed just 29lbs at birth – 25lbs less than the smallest birth weight on record for her species. She survived thanks to the tireless efforts of the animal care team rescue and inspired many to care for her species and wildlife. “Bibi and the baby, who has yet to be named, will spend the next two weeks working together behind the scenes,” Gorsuch said. Bibi’s choice to do what feels natural to her. The zoo says the baby and Bibi will not be seen by the public right away, but the zoo will share videos on social media. Tucker and Fiona will still be in their enclosure as usual. Zoo dad-to-be Tucker arrived in Cincinnati from the San Francisco Zoo in September. Bibi and Tucker were bred in December skin, the zoo says.

Cincinnati Zoo’s most famous resident, Fiona, is officially a big sister.

The Cincinnati Zoo has announced that Bibi has given birth to her second baby hippo. The new addition to the family arrived around 10pm on Wednesday night.

“This calf looks huge to us as Fiona, Bibi’s first baby, weighed just 29lbs when she was born six weeks early and couldn’t stand on her own. This new calf weighs at least twice as much as Fiona and is already walking,” said Christina Gorsuch, director of animal care at the Cincinnati Zoo. “We’re not sure if lactation has happened yet because the water is cloudy. This is Bibi’s first time. nursing as Fiona had to be looked after by hippo staff so we are keeping a close eye on them to make sure we don’t have to interfere.

Fiona was born weighing just 29 pounds, 25 pounds less than the recorded birth weight for her species. She survived thanks to the tireless efforts of the animal care team to save her and inspired many to care for her species and wildlife.

“Bibi and the baby, who has yet to be named, will spend the next two weeks collaborating behind the scenes,” Gorsuch said. “A mother in the wild would take her newborn away from bloat for about that amount of time, and we’re trying to give Bibi the choice to do what feels natural to her.”

The zoo says the baby and Bibi will not be immediately visible to the public, but the zoo will share videos on social media.

Tucker and Fiona will still be in their field as usual.

Zoo dad-to-be Tucker arrived in Cincinnati in September from the San Francisco Zoo.

Bibi and Tucker bred in December, the zoo says.

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