Check out the youngest animals at the Memphis Zoo Saturday for Baby Day

Check out the youngest animals at the Memphis Zoo Saturday for Baby Day
The newest addition at the Memphis Zoo is a spot-nosed guenon, born Tuesday, May 7, 2019 to parents Thimble and Jerry.

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Visit the Memphis Zoo Saturday for a special day celebrating all the zoo’s baby animals.

Enjoy special keeper chats and shows featuring the zoo’s giraffe babies, sea lion pups, a baby sloth and more.

The zoo’s newest addition is a spot-nosed guenon, which was born Tuesday to parents Thimble and Jerry. This is their third baby. It’s gender is not yet known but you can see it on exhibit with mom.

Spot-nosed guenons are small primates found in West Africa.

Baby Day, presented by Fertility Associates of Memphis, is fun for the whole family and included with regular zoo admission.

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