First Pygmy Hippo Calf In 30-Years Is Beyond-Cute Inspiring News

There’s been a glimmer of light for an endangered species given sanctuary by the San Diego Zoo. For the first time in over three decades, a male pygmy hippo calf was born healthy.

Arriving as the first endangered pygmy hippo calf in thirty years is this adorable, excitable cutie from the San Diego Zoo. First-time mom Mabel must be the proudest ever, with the little cutie being healthy and happy in every way.

Mabel gave birth to a calf who hadn’t yet been named, and both were in fine health. The four-year-old hippopotamus is a far distance from its native Western African forests, but with less than 2,500 left in Africa, this birth is indeed a grand blessing.

The tiny male pygmy hippo calf was born weighing just 12.4- pounds and has to be one of the cutest arrivals the zoo has ever seen. Now that’s good news that we’d love to see more of.

First Pygmy Hippo Calf In 30-Years Is Beyond-Cute Inspiring News