Expand to take a look at your favorite 2018 Zoo Babies!

Fiona

Hippopotamus, born six weeks premature on 1/24/2017

See her at Hippo Cove!

Asher

Yellow-backed duiker, born 2/19/2017

See Asher at Rhino Reserve!

Taffy

Flamingo, hatched 5/19/2017 (and the first flamingo to hatch on Facebook live!)

See her in Africa!

Kendi

Black Rhino, born 7/17/2017.

See him at Rhino Reserve!

Octavius

Colobus monkey, born 7/28/2017

See him in Gorilla World!

Theodora

Colobus monkey, born 2/6/2018

See her in Gorilla World!

Twizzler & Tito

Tito hatched 10/5/2017 and has a white band.

Twizzler hatched 11/4/2017 and has a red band.

See them in Children’s Zoo!

Elle

Western lowland gorilla, born 8/25/15

See her in Gorilla World!

Lessnau

Ring-tailed lemur, born  7/28/2017

See them at Lemur Island!

Bennie

Ring-tailed lemur, born  7/31/2017

See them at Lemur Island!

Jerrie

Ring-tailed lemur, born  7/31/2017

See them at Lemur Island!

Winsol

Aardvark, born 12/21/2017

See him in Night Hunters!

Daphne

Daphne (female) was rescued from Florida waters on 4/9/18. The 250-pound orphaned female manatee arrived safely at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden and will be rehabilitated along with three orphaned males that have called the Otto M. Budig Family Foundation Manatee Springs habitat home for the last six months. The approximately 1-year-old youngster and her mother were rescued from Florida waters on Monday, April 9, after her mother was struck by a boat. The mother did not survive. Read more. 

See her in Manatee Springs!

Miles

Miles (Male) was rescued from the Sykes Creek on Merritt Island on 8/17/2016 and weighed only 43 pounds. After receiving critical care at Sea World Orlando, his weight is now over 320 pounds. (Three orphaned manatees in need of rehabilitation, Pippen, Miles, and Matthew, were brought back to Cincinnati as part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Manatee Rescue and Rehabilitation Partnership (MRP), a program designed to rescue and treat sick, injured and orphaned manatees and then release them back into the wild.)

See him in Manatee Springs!

Matthew

Matthew (Male) was rescued from New Smyrna on 10/9/2016, right after Hurricane Matthew. He weighed 56 pounds and is now over 340 pounds. (Three orphaned manatees in need of rehabilitation, Pippen, Miles, and Matthew, were brought back to Cincinnati as part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Manatee Rescue and Rehabilitation Partnership (MRP), a program designed to rescue and treat sick, injured and orphaned manatees and then release them back into the wild.)

See him in Manatee Springs!

Pippen

Pippen (Male) was rescued from the Halifax River on 7/20/2016 weighing only 58 pounds. After receiving critical care at Sea World Orlando, his weight is now over 225 pounds. (He is the smallest manatee ever to live at Cincinnati Zoo’s Manatee Springs. Three orphaned manatees in need of rehabilitation, Pippen, Miles, and Matthew, were brought back to Cincinnati as part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Manatee Rescue and Rehabilitation Partnership (MRP), a program designed to rescue and treat sick, injured and orphaned manatees and then release them back into the wild.)

See him in Manatee Springs!

Giant Spiny Leaf Insect

Marbled Crayfish