The Cincinnati Zoo is once again celebrating its newest arrivals during the month of May with the 2014 Zoo Babies exhibit.
Kilua, the Cincinnati Zoo’s baby Okapi born on Nov. 11, 2013, is part of the Cincinnati Zoo’s 2014 Zoo Babies exhibit. Okapi are a newly discovered species that are native to central Africa. They are related to the giraffe.
Baby Andri, a Safaki born last November, is one of the newest members of the Cincinnati Zoo's Zoo Babies exhibit. Andri lives in the Jungle Trails exhibit, with his brother and parents, Wilhelmina and Renaldo, at the zoo.
Belle is one of two baby Bonobos born at the Cincinnati Zoo in the last year. Belle's mother, Lisa, keeps her close at all times until the baby is ready to roam on her own.
Bactrian camel “Jack,” born on Feb. 25, 2015, is one of the zoo’s newest members to be displayed during the month of May for the Zoo Babies exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo. The Bactrian camel are native to Mongolia and China.
The Cincinnati Zoo's giraffe Tessa gave birth on April 28, 2014 to her third calf. The calf, which has not been named at this time, is the zoo's newest addition and is part of the 2014 Zoo Babies exhibit.
This baby Antilles tree spider that hatched in 2012 is still growing inside its parents web. The insect, which is not named, is part of the Cincinnati Zoo’s 2014 Zoo Babies exhibit during the month of May.
Gladys, the Cincinnati Zoo's 1-year-old gorilla, is part of this year's Zoo Babies exhibit which runs through the month of May.
Bat-eared fox parents Runt and Pombe gave birth to three babies on March 20, 2014. The species, which is native to eastern and southern Africa, is able to hear insects digging through dirt and even termites chewing on grass with their ears.
The Cincinnati Zoo’s giant African millipedes that hatched last July are still part of the 2014 Zoo Babies exhibit. The insects, which have not been named, are still growing inside the World of the Insect exhibit.