Zoo Baby BOOM

Linn, Laura
February 2002
Scholastic News -- Edition 4;2/4/2002, Vol. 64 Issue 17, p4
Reports on the birth of three rare baby animals at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C. Significance of the baby animals to the future of their species; Information on the baby animals.


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