- Associated Press - Friday, April 3, 2015

BALTIMORE (AP) - Two twin African pygmy goats born at the Maryland Zoo last month have made their public debut.

The zoo says Chloe and Clark were born March 10 to the zoo’s pygmy goat pair, Lex and Lois. The zoo says the babies have been behind closed doors since bonding with their mother.

The kids, which are black with white ears, made their debut at the zoo on Thursday and will be back out again Friday.

The twins weigh about 10 pounds, and the zoo says they’ve been busy exploring their environment.

The goats and their mother are on display in the zoo’s farmyard area next to the sheep.


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