Red River Zoo celebrates birth of a Sichuan takin

The endangered goat-antelope was born May 14 and is now on display in Fargo. Sichuan takin are considered a national treasure by the Chinese government. Forum Communications says zoo visitors can help name the takin through the end of July.
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The endangered goat-antelope was born May 14 and is now on display in Fargo. Sichuan takin are considered a national treasure by the Chinese government. Forum Communications says zoo visitors can help name the takin through the end of July.

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