Twin baby chimpanzees make first public appearance at Nagoya zoo

NAGOYA – A Nagoya zoo on Tuesday held the first public viewing of its twin baby chimpanzees, saying the pair — born last month — are growing well and are in good health. The Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens said it is rare for both chimpanzees …
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