Come meet our little ones!
Not only are they precious moments, but births at the Zoo help to protect rare or endangered species.
Come meet our newborns, whether furry, feathered or scaly, and see how some parents keep a close watch over them!
An exceptional birth
In the night of June 14 to June 15, the veterinary team of the Zoo de Granby performed a cesarean section on Megan, the female Amur leopard of the Zoo de Granby. Presenting all the signs of labour, the team helped her give birth to a perfectly healthy, 564-gram male!
We are happy to announce the arrival of a little female zebra born last January 19, 2018 at Zoo de Granby!
This is the 17th zebra to be born at the zoo since 1968.
Sakura is born by caesarian
The delivery by caesarian of a female Japanese macaque was performed successfully at Zoo de Granby
Meet Coumba, baby hippopotamus
Meet Coumba, a baby hippopotamus born at Zoo de Granby on February 27, 2017. Coumba is the 17th hippopotamus to be born at the zoo and the 6th baby of it's mother Polita.
The Meerkats Welcome Quintuplets!
In August 2016, Juno, our female meerkat, gave birth to five pups.
The young are in excellent health.
Kimi, the Japanese macaque
Kimi, the little Japanese macaque, is THE big surprise at the Zoo de Granby for 2016.
The zookeepers found Kimi by chance in the outside area reserved for the Japanese macaques. Kimi means hope.
Kumi, the baby giraffe
Kumi is the first baby born at the Zoo de Granby in 2016. This baby giraffe is the tenth baby for its mother, Masaï. And that's why the zookeepers named her Kumi, which means 10 in Swahili.