Riverbanks Zoo has three new baboons from the North Carolina Zoo, Makale, Adjoa and Imi. Makale is a male, and Adjoa and Imi are females. They are joining Baines and Lou, the two baboons the zoo already houses. They all went out on exhibit together for the first time this week. Makale, center right, approaches Baines, center left, and Lou. In the background, following Makale, are Adjoa and Imi.
Riverbanks Zoo has three new baboons from the North Carolina Zoo, Makale, Adjoa and Imi. Makale is a male, and Adjoa and Imi are females. They are joining Baines and Lou, the two baboons the zoo already houses. They all went out on exhibit together for the first time this week. Makale, center right, approaches Baines, center left, and Lou. In the background, following Makale, are Adjoa and Imi.
Riverbanks Zoo has three new baboons from the North Carolina Zoo, Makale, Adjoa and Imi. Makale is a male, and Adjoa and Imi are females. They are joining Baines and Lou, the two baboons the zoo already houses. They all went out on exhibit together for the first time this week. Makale, center right, approaches Baines, center left, and Lou. In the background, following Makale, are Adjoa and Imi.

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August 29, 2007 12:34 AM

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