After a public vote, The Cincinnati Zoo has announced the name of the newest member of its family, a baby camel.
The winning name, Bogart, won by over 800 votes, even though it was added to the poll a day late.
"Saarai", a three-year-old Bactrian camel, gave birth to Bogart last week and it was her first calf.
The last time a Cincinnati Zoo camel gave birth was in 1983.
May is Zoo Babies month. Six-foot-tall pink and blue storks statues are displayed throughout the Zoo and will lead visitors to all of the cutest little baby faces.
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