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National Aquarium • 2 years ago

We have two new Turquoise Tanger chicks in our Upland Tropical Rain Forest exhibit. Both chicks are on exhibit (and still soliciting food from the adults) and we are very happy to announce that our turquoise tanager flock has grown from three to five! #AnimalUpdate

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