Klipspringer in front of bokeh blurred foliage.
Animals

Klipspringer

CONSERVATION STATUS: Stable

ZOO ZONE: Africa Rocks

In Afrikaans, the word klipspringer means rock jumper, and these agile African antelope certainly live up to their name. Standing less than 2 feet tall at the shoulder, they can jump 10 to 15 feet straight up in the air without breaking a sweat—and their specially adapted, hold-tight hooves allow them to scamper among the rocks without breaking anything else!

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A pair of giraffes against a Kenyan landscape.
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Greater one-horned rhino calf resting its head on its mother's while they wade in a pool of water.
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Ring-tailed lemur, African penguin, and leopard illustrated in front of a laser light show.
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