In May, the good folks over at the Columbus Zoo took in a 2-week-old orphaned moose from Minnesota. The calf’s name is Ojibwe. He’s now about 3 months old and the zoo has just released a cute video of the big little-guy. (jj)
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The Columbus Zoo unveiled a new resident today….a two-week old moose. And yes, he’s adorable. The animal’s name is Ojibwe and he was found orphaned in Minnesota. According to our friends at the zoo, he enjoys napping and prancing around in the North America habitat space.
*For those curious about his name, historians says that the Ojibwe (also called the Chippewa) were a group of Native Americans who settled in the northern area of what is now known as Minnesota. (jj)
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