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Little Aluna miniature antelope

Little Aluna miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna miniature antelope

In zoological garden in Cheshire, England recently was born a calf of one of the smallest antelopes, dik-dik antelope. The new born female antelope was given the nickname Little Aluna. Due to the fact that her mother did not show any interest in her after giving birth, one of the zoo workers Tim Rowlands started looking after her. So, cute Aluna is always with him, even when he is working at the computer and enjoys running around the desk, tapping with her tiny hooves. It is noteworthy, the miniature antelope Dik-dik lives exclusively on the African continent. The smallest representatives of these animals can easily fit in the palm of an adult man. Cute animal Dik-dik can live for up to 10 years. Besides, Miniature antelopes are monogamous.

Little Aluna - miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna – cute miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna miniature antelope

Little Aluna - miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna – miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna - miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna – miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna - miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna – miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna - miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna – miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna - miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

Little Aluna – miniature antelope, born in zoological garden in Cheshire, England

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