Cincinnati Zoo's adorable baby gorilla makes her first public appearance

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Cincinnati Zoo's Adorable Baby Gorilla Makes Her First Public Appearance



The Gorilla World exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden welcomed a new inhabitant on Tuesday.

Born just a week ago, the yet-to-be-named female Western lowland gorilla took her first trip to the outdoor exhibit and got to do a bit of exploring.

As long as both the weather and her health are good, she will be joining her mom Anju and dad Jomo there in the morning hours.

It's a big day in Gorilla World! Our 1 week old baby gorilla, who is yet to be named, got to explore the outdoor exhibit...

Posted by Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden on Tuesday, September 1, 2015


Those wanting to sneak a peek of the adorable little one are advised to show up at around 10 am.

The young gorilla is the 50th to be born at the Cincinnati Zoo since 1970.

She is, however, Anju's first.

Western lowland gorillas are considered critically endangered, and only about 175,000 of them remain in the wild.

They face significant threats including habitat loss and poaching.

For more cuties, check out this baby gorilla born at the Taronga Zoo:

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Cincinnati Zoo's adorable baby gorilla makes her first public appearance
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Gorilla mother Frala is seen holding her new born baby, which is still to be named as keepers are yet to determine the baby gorillas sex at Taronga Zoo on May 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The baby gorilla was born to Western-lowland Gorilla Frala and Silverback, Kibali. The sex of the baby gorilla is yet to be determined. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Gorilla mother Frala is seen holding her new born baby, which is still to be named as keepers are yet to determine the baby gorillas sex at Taronga Zoo on May 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The baby gorilla was born to Western-lowland Gorilla Frala and Silverback, Kibali. The sex of the baby gorilla is yet to be determined. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Gorilla mother Frala is seen holding her new born baby, which is still to be named as keepers are yet to determine the baby gorillas sex at Taronga Zoo on May 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The baby gorilla was born to Western-lowland Gorilla Frala and Silverback, Kibali. The sex of the baby gorilla is yet to be determined. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Gorilla mother Frala is seen holding her new born baby, which is still to be named as keepers are yet to determine the baby gorillas sex at Taronga Zoo on May 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The baby gorilla was born to Western-lowland Gorilla Frala and Silverback, Kibali. The sex of the baby gorilla is yet to be determined. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Gorilla mother Frala is seen holding her new born baby, which is still to be named as keepers are yet to determine the baby gorillas sex at Taronga Zoo on May 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The baby gorilla was born to Western-lowland Gorilla Frala and Silverback, Kibali. The sex of the baby gorilla is yet to be determined. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 19: Gorilla mother Frala is seen holding her new born baby, which is still to be named as keepers are yet to determine the baby gorillas sex at Taronga Zoo on May 19, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. The baby gorilla was born to Western-lowland Gorilla Frala and Silverback, Kibali. The sex of the baby gorilla is yet to be determined. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)
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