Chattanooga Zoo adds 3 new ambassador animals
The sister servals are 6 weeks old and currently being hand raised by zoo staff to be trained as Zoo ambassador animals.
That means the animals will not be exhibit, but will be having a lot of interaction with the public.
They’ll be meeting people through education programs, Animal Shows, media appearances, and more.
They were born at the Idaho Falls Zoo through the collaboration with the Species Survival Plan (SSP).
The one year old prehensile-tailed porcupine will also be an ambassador, but will be exhibited when not being used for programming in the Corcovado Jungle exhibit building.
The porcupine was also born through the SSP and came to the Chattanooga Zoo from the Cleveland Zoo in Cleveland, Ohio.
All three new animals will be available for WILD encounters soon.
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