CINCINNATI -- If you just can't wait until June for Fiona's public debut (and that's still up in the air), we've got some great news.
The 32nd annual Zoo Babies event at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is underway. Zoo Babies is included with the price of admission, and moms get in free May 14 in honor of Mother's Day.
Visitors can look for stork signs to find the babies. Tiger cubs, painted dog pups, a takin, a red panda, two giraffe calfs and more have joined the zoo family in time for this year's event.
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The three tiger cubs -- Chira, Izzy and Batari -- can be found in the Night Hunters building this month and will move to their outdoor habitat sometime this summer.
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African painted dog pups Nacho, Muenster, Bleu, Brie, Gouda, Queso, Colby, Swiss, Cotija, Mozzarella and Feta will be out in Painted Dog Valley, usually running around the yard, swimming or sleeping in a big pile.
Bird fans can see flamingo and penguin chicks and colorful red and yellow barbet.
The zoo is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.