Baby Rock Hyraxes Make Their First Appearance At Chester Zoo
Baby Rock Hyraxes weigh about the same as a mango (about 8-9 ounces or 250 grams). Hyraxes, despite their size and appearance, are most closely related to elephants.
You NEED to see these THREE baby rock hyraxes! 😍😍😍
They're small, furry and more closely related to the elephant than any other animal! Amazing hey? 🐘😲 pic.twitter.com/P6vCfIdW79
— Chester Zoo (@chesterzoo) August 23, 2018
First image of Rock Hyrax triplets born at Chester Zoo. Current condition: chillin' on mum. pic.twitter.com/JTgGaS8Fht
— Jon Ironmonger (@JonIronmonger) August 24, 2018
CUTENESS WARNING! Three baby rock hyraxes have made their public debuts at Chester Zoo.
Each of the tiny triplets, born to mum Daissie and dad Nungu, weighs no more than 250 grams – around the same as a mango! pic.twitter.com/ZbFtSUnhLW
— Radio City News (@RadioCityNews) August 24, 2018