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Wilhelma: Happy about bonobo babies

The Wilhelma in Stuttgart is happy to have offspring among the great apes. Two bonobo females gave birth.

Stuttgart – In the Wilhelma in Stuttgart, there is great joy: the bonobos have had several offspring. The monkey ladies Banbo and Bikita each gave birth to a cub. However, the Wilhelma employees do not yet know whether the little ones are males or females. A close look at the young has not yet been possible as the newborns cling tightly to their mothers. However, an incident at the zoo spoils the joy of the offspring. Bonobo female Fimi died unexpectedly.

BW24* knows more about the tragic death of Wilhelma monkey lady Fimi.

The offspring are a complete success for Wilhelma. In the wild, great apes are considered critically endangered. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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