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THE GUARDIAN: Cuba’s National Zoo sees surge in pandemic baby animals

White tiger cub Yanek plays with her mother and siblings at the National Zoo in Havana. Photograph: Yamil Lage/AFP/Getty Images, via theguardian.com

The peace and quiet caused by the COVID-19 pandemic at Cuba’s national zoo, which houses over 1,473 animals of more than 120 species, has resulted in a “baby boom” of more than 10 “high-value” births, including a new baby giraffe and leopard. Read at The Guardian here.

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