First condor eggs hatch in Mexico zoo breeding program

Two Californian condor chicks have hatched at a Mexican zoo, the first of the highly endangered birds ever bred in captivity in the Latin American country. The chicks are being fed by vets wearing gloves that are made to look like adult condors, part of a program at Mexico City’s Chapultepec Zoo to save the species. “They are very important,” Juan Arturo Rivera, General Director of Zoos and Wildlife for Mexico City, told Reuters.Animal and Pet News

April 22, 2016 2:36 pm

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