Evita, Giant Anteater / Zoo Berlin

Evita, Giant Anteater / Zoo Berlin

Zoo Berlin welcomed a baby Giant Anteater on 26 May. The baby, named Evita by her keepers, is a female. The name was chosen because E is the fifth letter in the alphabet, and this is mom Griseline’s fifth surviving baby. Before Evita there were Adolpho, Benita, Carlos, and Danita, all born at Berlin Zoo. Evita is being hand-fed by keepers and receives three additional bottle meals per day — via ZooBorns

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