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The Royal Antelope is the world's smallest species of antelope, standing only 10-12 inches high as adults, and this little fawn is only about half of that height!

A new bloodline of Fennec Foxes has been born at Taronga Zoo. The tiny trio are a much needed boost to the population of their species in Australia.

Denver Zoo is celebrating the birth of an endangered Przewalski's Horse foal, born this morning, May 31. This is not only the first birth for the parents, but also the first birth of its species at Denver Zoo since 1991. Captive breeding programs, supported by zoos, helped keep this species from disappearing completely from the globe. Learn more on

Visitors to Zoo Berlin can enjoy the spring weather, while watching the Southern Pudu fawns roam their exhibit with the rest of their group. The fawns, a male and female, were born in the early spring and are still sporting their spotted coats. Pudus are the world's smallest deer! Check out ZooBorns to learn more and see more!

World's Smallest Deer Born in Sweden. Learn more and see a video of the little guy today, on ZooBorns:

Rare Wolf's Guenon Born at Sacramento Zoo!

It’s a UK first for Belfast Zoological Gardens, as a Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo has been born! Learn more:

Toco toucan chicks born at Zoo Atlanta - a ZooBorns first!

Fort Worth Zoo announced the birth of a 330-pound, 38-inch tall female Asian Elephant calf on July 7. This calf is only the second Elephant ever born at the zoo. Learn more today on ZooBorns:

Planckendael Zoo, in Belgium, recently witnessed the birth of the largest animal ever born at the zoo--just over 6 1/2 feet tall! Learn more, see more: