The first zebra born at New York City's Bronx Zoo in nearly a decade made her public debut May 3, 2011. Terri, a young Grevy's zebra, runs around the exhibit, but the zoo said she never strays too far from her mother, Tara, and her father, Jimbo. Terri's stripes were brown at birth, but they'll gradually turn black as she matures. Grevy's zebras, which are found in Northern Kenya, are critically endangered in the wild.
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