2 African grey parrots, white swans hatch in Giza Zoo
Photo courtesy of Giza Zoological Garden حديقة الحيوان بالجيزة Facebook page
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CAIRO: The Giza Zoo announced the hatching of two baby grey parrots and a group of white swans, congratulating its workers for their hard work throughout the last year, according to a Monday post on its Facebook page.

The post highlighted the effort of the zoo staff to maintain a variety of animals and birds.

Photo courtesy of Giza Zoological Garden حديقة الحيوان بالجيزة Facebook page

Photo courtesy of Giza Zoological Garden حديقة الحيوان بالجيزة Facebook page

 

The year 2015 witnessed several newborns. Two baby spotted hyenas were born in Giza Zoo added to a “beautiful group of hyenas,” announced the Zoo in October.

In September, the Giza Zoo welcomed a newborn rare dorcas gazelle, which is one of the most desert-adapted of all gazelles.

Photo courtesy of Giza Zoological Garden حديقة الحيوان بالجيزة Facebook page

Photo courtesy of Giza Zoological Garden حديقة الحيوان بالجيزة Facebook page

 

In August, yellow-headed Amazon baby parrots were hatched in the Giza Zoo as part of a captive breeding plan that aims to maintain species of endangered birds and animals.

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