The baby was called Kiazi that in the language of Swahili means “potato”.
Oklahoma-City-the zoo and the Botanical Garden of Oklahoma City announced the birth of a chimpanzees, which is at risk of disappearance.
According to the news of the zoo and the Botanical Garden of Oklahoma-City, after the 8-month period of pregnancy, the 14-year-old NIA gave birth to chimpanzees at 10:17 am on Wednesday, October 1. This is the second child of the Research Institute!
The baby chimpanzee weighed about 4 pounds at birth, and the zoo officials highly rated her health. The rangers of the primates called the baby chimpanzees with a charming name “Kiazi”. In the language of Swahili, this name means “potato”.
Immediately after Nia gave birth, the guardians began to observe her interaction with the newborn chimpanzees. It is a pity that Niya did not show proper maternal behavior in relation to her baby. Therefore, the veterinarians of the OKC zoo and the primates care groups decided to intervene and begin the auxiliary education of the baby chimpanzee.
A special group of animal experts and selected volunteers in the habitat of humanoid monkeys are now taking care of the baby Chiazi’s baby. And so it will continue until the chimpanzees reunite with the one!
Now Kiazi is the seventh chimpanzees in the zoo. In addition to Kiazi, there are 6 chimpanzees, including four females: NIA, 54-year-old Cindy, 35-year-old Kito and 21-year-old Kirsty Nia, as well as males Mwami and Ruben.
She is a real cutie.