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In Pictures: Newborn Baby Animals at Singapore Zoo

World | Reuters | January 29, 2018, 8:35 am
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 Albina, the Singapore Zoo's 24th successful pygmy hippo birth, follows its parent in their enclosure during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

Albina, the Singapore Zoo's 24th successful pygmy hippo birth, follows its parent in their enclosure during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

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 Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita during a media tour to showcase newborn animals at the Singapore Zoo. (Image: Reuters)

Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita during a media tour to showcase newborn animals at the Singapore Zoo. (Image: Reuters)

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 Asian small-clawed otters, part of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, gather during feeding time during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

Asian small-clawed otters, part of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, gather during feeding time during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

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 A critically endangered electric blue gecko, which was hatched at the Singapore Zoo, is seen in its enclosure during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

A critically endangered electric blue gecko, which was hatched at the Singapore Zoo, is seen in its enclosure during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

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 Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita during a media tour. (Image: Reuters)

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 An Asian small-clawed otter, one of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, is pictured. (Image: Reuters)

An Asian small-clawed otter, one of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, is pictured. (Image: Reuters)

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 Albina, the Singapore Zoo's 24th successful pygmy hippo birth, feeds next to its parent in their enclosure. (Image: Reuters)

Albina, the Singapore Zoo's 24th successful pygmy hippo birth, feeds next to its parent in their enclosure. (Image: Reuters)

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 Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita. (Image: Reuters)

Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita. (Image: Reuters)

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 An Asian small-clawed otter, one of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, feeds on a fish. (Image: Reuters)

An Asian small-clawed otter, one of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari, feeds on a fish. (Image: Reuters)

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 Albina, the Singapore Zoo's 24th successful pygmy hippo birth, feeds next to its parent in their enclosure. (Image: Reuters)

Albina, the Singapore Zoo's 24th successful pygmy hippo birth, feeds next to its parent in their enclosure. (Image: Reuters)

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 An Asian small-clawed otter, one of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. (Image: Reuters)

An Asian small-clawed otter, one of the 14 birthed at the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. (Image: Reuters)

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 Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita. (Image: Reuters)

Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita. (Image: Reuters)

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 Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita. (Image: Reuters)

Khansa, the Singapore Zoo's 46th orangutan baby, clings to its mother Anita. (Image: Reuters)

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 An Asian small-clawed otter, the smallest otter species in the world, feeds on fish in its enclosure at the Singapore Zoo. (Image: AP)

An Asian small-clawed otter, the smallest otter species in the world, feeds on fish in its enclosure at the Singapore Zoo. (Image: AP)

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