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 April 8, 2005
Providence Mobile Newsroom
New Additions Arrive at Roger Williams Park
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- The Zoo at Roger Williams Park has some new additions. The park today is introducing two endangered Babirusa piglets. Toomey is male, and Remley is female. They came to the zoo late last month. Babirusas are from Indonesia.
   The zoo is also introducing two new Aoudad (OO'-dad) lambs. The male lambs were born in February at the zoo. They're named M-J and R-J. Aoudads -- also known as Barbary sheep -- are originally from North Africa.
   A baby zebra was born at the zoo on New Year's Day. His name is Mikey, but he won't be shown to the public until later this month.

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