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Help the zoo name their baby zebra

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Zoo is busy preparing for a new life.

Zoo officials tell FOX19 that Lainey Lynn and Shewa are expecting new baby zebra any day now.

Zoo officials are accepting name suggestions on Twitter and Facebook.  If you use the hashtag #zebrababy, you can see your suggestion on digital billboards along I-71 & I-75.

This will be the second child between the pair.  Their first was Marty, a colt.

If Lainey Lynn gives birth in the next couple of weeks, her colt or foal will get to be a part of Zoo Babies, the zoo and botanical garden's celebration of new life at the zoo.

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