August 6, 2018

Baby Tapir

Denver Zoo staff share personal stories about why they are called to work at Denver Zoo. Curator of Carnivores and Primates Becca McCloskey and Veterinarian Dr. Gwen Jankowski share how they sprung into action to rescue a baby tapir who was born with the birth sack still intact, including how they used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to rescue the baby. For Becca and Gwen, this isn't just a job...it's a calling!

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