There is no better gift in the world than life, which we love witnessing in the animal realm, where parents are notoriously overprotective of their offspring. As a result, animal enthusiasts rejoice upon the birth of a new baby animal, especially if it is endangered.
This time, we dress up as a party and celebrate the birth of a young critically endangered western lowland gorilla from every corner of the globe. Kala is the name of the heroic mother, a 9-year-old gorilla who gave birth to the calf with the help of the child’s father, Jock, on Wednesday morning.
The occasion was held in the Bristol Zoo, where the keepers were extremely thrilled to welcome the new addition to the happy mother’s family. They were overjoyed to see Kala holding her new baby.
The zoo staff has posted photos of Kala protecting her baby, putting a constant grin on her face and flooding the hearts of thousands of Internet users all over the world with incredible sympathy.
Lynsey Bugg, Mammal Curator at Bristol Zoo, had this to say about it:
“We’re all quite enthusiastic.” “Seeing a baby gorilla is a once-in-a-lifetime experience; it is such an iconic and charismatic creature.”
The zoo staff knew Kala was expecting a kid, so they were watching and listening to every move the courageous mother made, seeing her so relaxed that they could only be quiet and enjoy the wonderful wait.
The day the newborn infant was discovered was a very beautiful event. Lynsey had this to say:
“She had a pregnancy and birth last year, but things didn’t go as planned, and the baby died. We were a little nervous this time, but it’s wonderful that she was able to give birth naturally and that both the baby and the mother are doing well.”
Despite the fact that it is too early to establish the new creature’s gender, they are relieved to find that the days pass without incident.
Lynsey went on to say:
“She is very attentive to her kid and takes fantastic care of her.” We are cautiously optimistic, despite the fact that he is still quite young. Early signs are positive, and the baby appears to be a healthy size and robust.”