MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – In less than two months, Como Zoo has welcomed two baby zebras. The second foal was born early Friday morning.

(credit: Como Zoo)

The baby, who doesn’t have a name yet, joins 2-month-old Lydia. Both are Grant’s zebras.

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When zookeepers arrived Friday morning, they found the foal “walking strong” and “closely shadowing his mother,” Thelma. This baby is Thelma’s third.

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Though the baby’s stripes are now brown, they will turn to black sometime in the first 9-18 months of its life.

“There were no complications and mother and baby appear to be doing great,” senior zookeepers Jo Kelly said.

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Grant’s zebras are commonly found in the grassy plains of eastern Africa, including Kenya and Ethiopia.