The City’s Cutest Newborns
The Dallas Zoo gets two new additions
Mandrills may be the largest monkeys in the world, but the new baby one at the Dallas Zoo is a teeny little thing. Head over to the Wilds of Africa exhibit to spot Obi, born on March 28, who's usually hanging close to mom, Saffron. Nearby, in Primate Place, look for the yet-to-be-named baby titi monkey, born on March 11. As soon as the zookeepers can determine the sex, the baby will be named. But for now you're likely to find him or her playing and riding on the back of dad and primary caregiver, Cory.
The Dallas Zoo is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Admission is free for children 2 and under; $12 for kids 3 to 11 and $15 for adults. Parking is $8 per car.
The Dallas Zoo
650 S. R.L. Thornton Fwy., I-35 at Marsalis