They don't stay little for long...
...come and see for yourself!
There’s always something new at Chester Zoo. And this year we’ve celebrated the BIGGEST baby boom ever recorded at the zoo, so come and see our new arrivals for yourself this October half term!
This October half term we're celebrating all the amazing babies - from the cute, to the cuddly and the cheeky - that have recently been born at the zoo! Below are just some of the beautiful additions to Chester Zoo! On your next visit to the zoo make sure you visit our new arrivals, follow our baby trail, and see the different personalities and unique behaviours of each. But they won't stay little for long!
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As soon as you arrive at Chester Zoo, you'll be able to spot one of our largest babies - elephant calf, Anjan! This cutie was playing in mud 24 hours after being born on 17 May!
Male calf, Semuliki, arrived back in May to first-time mum, K'tusha. Did you know, the okapi is the closest and only living relative to the giraffe? Its camouflage, acute sense of hearing and secretive nature contributed to it being unknown to science until 1901!
Have you spotted the valuable new addition to our Western chimpanzee group yet? Stevie can be spotted being carried by mum, ZeeZee. Her arrival has brought an exciting new dynamic to the group and their interactions are fascinating to watch.
Since his arrival on 3 May, Akeno - a rare greater one horned rhino, has been extremely popular with our visitors. Zoo conservationists hailed the birth of the "precious, bolshie newcomer" as a big boost to the conservation breeding programme!
Come and see the first sun bear cub to ever be born in the UK! Here you can see it emerging from it's den for the first time.
Apart from being adorable, it's great to see these babies grow up over time, and as they develop they display different behaviours making each visit to the zoo just as exciting as the last! Discover more about how play is one of the most important behaviours for animals in the early stages of life, here >