Tapir babies born in Amsterdam zoo


This 12 September 2016 video shows that a Malayan tapir baby was born in Amsterdam zoo Artis in the Netherlands. Malayan tapirs are threatened with extinction in the wild; Artis is part of a breeding program to save this species.

This 12 September 2016 video shows that a South American tapir baby was born in Amsterdam zoo Artis in the Netherlands. South American tapirs are also threatened with extinction in the wild; Artis is part of a breeding program to save this species as well.

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