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The CHS Miracle of Birth Center, a one-of-a-kind agricultural education exhibit, is the birthplace of nearly 200 calves, lambs, goats and piglets during the 12 days of the Minnesota State Fair.

The most popular free exhibit on the fairgrounds, it debuted in 2001 and moved to its current location, just east of the Warner Coliseum, in 2006. Fair guests have the opportunity to learn about animal agriculture production, veterinary science and the birthing process. The exhibit is staffed by veterinarians, members of the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) and FFA students. With live births and newborn farm animals, the exhibit highlights the importance of animals to our economy, health and quality of life.The FFA Chapter House & Leadership Center, which offers expanded meeting and educational space.

The Nursery of Knowledge exhibit, located inside the center, provides education about the animal birthing process and how to become a veterinarian. This year will include presenters educating on Veterinary Chiropractic, Equine Dentistry and Urban Chicken Farming, as well as VetCamp Volunteers presenting "So You Want to Become a Vet" and tours of an Ambulatory Veterinary Truck.

Christensen Farms Stage, located just outside the center, is a family friendly stage with daily performances entertaining and educating fair guests about agriculture including the Thank a Farmer Magic Show, showcases about FFA, demonstrations, story times, trivia contests and interactive games. For more details about the various performances on this stage, visit our Brochure Rack to download a daily schedule Growing ... Back left to right: Jody Mills (keeper's wife), Nicky Tomkinson ( keeper) Tash Walker (keeper) Alice Georgiou (keeper's wife); Front left to right: Haidee Kintor (keeper) Chelsea Teoh with Eliza (keeper) and Lisa Morrison with Odin (keeper) . Picture: Tait Schmaal Source: adelaidenowFive zoo keepers have recently welcomed new bubs to the world and another four are expecting. Primate keeper Nicky Tomkinson, 40, is expecting her second child - a sister or brother to Lyam, 4 - in six weeks. She said the baby boom could be a sign that the zoo's animals and humans were very happy. think it just goes to show how good the zoo is ... you don't really do these sorts of things (get pregnant) unless you're happy and in the right situation," Ms Tomkinson said.Monarto Zoo senior carnivore keeper Claire Geister said the lion cubs were strong and healthy and happily becoming acquainted with their mum, Tiombe, and dad, Leroy, in the zoo's private lion den.

Ms Geister said the public would have to wait a few weeks before seeing the trio in their enclosure.

"For the time being we're giving the family complete privacy and monitoring the cubs' development via a security camera," Ms Geister said.

"We've observed the three cubs growing bigger and livelier by the day under Tiombe's excellent care."

The cubs' sex will be determined following a health check at six weeks.Webcam viewers from as far away as Canada watched the live birth of the Lowland tapir.

The humbug-striped female was born on December 28.It was a late Christmas present for the dedicated keepers.

News of the zoos successful tapir birth spread quickly thanks to its loyal internet following and resulted in a stream of Facebook messages and emails sending congratulations and requests for news and photos.

One Canadian family even phoned to book a special keeper work experience placement for their son after a previous visit to the UK when he fell in love with the tapirs at the zoo farm.

Tapirs in the wild are on The International Union for Conservation of Nature red list with a 'vulnerable' classification.

Named Tallulah the new arrival is the result of a successful captive breeding programme and was born after a 400-day gestation. 

She is the second foal for mum Tara and dad Toby, with brother Troy now living at Heads of Ayr Farm Park in Scotland.

There are four species of tapir, three of which live in Central and South America, and the fourth – the black and white Malayan Tapir – in Southeast Asia. 

Despite their size – depending on species, a tapir can weigh up to 350kg. 

Tapirs are relatively unknown by the public, and are often confused with pigs, anteaters, armadillos or even bears. 

However, tapirs are most closely related to horses and rhinoceroses. 

They are strong swimmers, can climb steep slopes agilely and eat a fruit and veg based diet, foraging with their long noses amongst leaf litter and foliage in their natural habitats.

Several threats to the species are apparent, including serious habitat destruction from human deforestation and previously hunting for tapir hide and meat.Keeper Kelli Inglis works with the family of tapirs in the zoos South American section.

She said: "We're all thrilled to have little Tallulah join the family and pleased to say she's doing very well and seems to be enjoying getting to know her new surroundings.

"We get lots of comments from viewers of the webcam with many tapir fans going on to book a keeper experience here at the zoo to meet them face-to-face which is great fun.

"The 24 hour webcam is also useful for keepers as its helped us gain a better understanding of the breeding habits and daily condition of an animal that is becoming increasingly rare in the wild."  

Noah's Ark zoo farm reopens for visitors on Saturday, February 2, following a short winter break.

The zoo farm at Wrxall is open 10.30am-5pm Monday to Saturday.

The zoo is set for its busiest year with the opening of a much-anticipated 20 acre elephant exhibit later this summer called Elephant Eden which is expected to draw visitors from across the South West.

To see the tapir family visitors live click HERE.

Noah's Ark which was begun in 1999 by farmer Anthony Bush and his artist wife Christina attracts 140,000 visitor a year.

Animals include giraffes, white rhinos, tigers, lions and 80 other types. 

For tickets prices and further details click HERE.

As well as the Woo At The Zoo Two By Two event on Thursday, February 14, Noah's Ark has an exciting programme planned for 2013 – here are some of the dates for your diary:

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

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Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

Baby Animals Being Born Free Pictures Images Photos Wallpaper Clipart 2013

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