Endangered bird emerges from nest at Brevard Zoo after 10 weeks

The Brevard Zoo mentioned {that a} younger wrinkled hornbill emerged from a nest field on Tuesday after a 10-week keep.

They mentioned that the chick, which is taken into account endangered, has not been named or sexed but. It hatched on March twenty eighth to folks Morticia and Gomez.

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Morticia and Gomez have reportedly lived with each other since 1993. They’ve raised six chicks collectively on the zoo, contributing to the Wrinkled Hornbill Species Survival Plan. These birds are sometimes native to Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. They’re thought-about endangered on account of habitat loss.

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