A baby chimpanzee was born at Lion Country Safari in Loxahatchee, Florida, in late January, the second chimp born at the facility in a little over a year, the park said.
Lion Country Safari said the new arrival, Lili, was born to mom Juniper at the park on January 28. Lili joins a family of two females and three males, including one-year-old Tonk, the park said.
The safari park said on February 17 that baby was making her debut on the island habitats in the preserve, and guests driving through the safari might be able to see her clinging to her mom.
Lili’s birth was “especially rare” and “significant for the conservation of the species,” due to the status of chimpanzees and the low number of births in the wild, the park said. Credit: Lion Country Safari via Storyful