Baby Gibbon Celebrates First Birthday at Santa Fe Teaching Zoo
A special baby got to experience her first-ever birthday party, thanks to the staff at Santa Fe College's Teaching Zoo.
Baby Dulu turned one on Thursday.
To celebrate, the staff filled her habitat with dozens of treat-filled boxes.
It took Dulu and her proud parents about ten minutes to actually start exploring the gifts, but they soon began munching on the bananas, raisins, nuts, bamboo leaves, and other goodies.
Dulu's birth was a special because she was the first Gibbon ever born at the zoo.
Gibbons are an endangered species from Asia and Indonesia.
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