Adorable Antelope Calves Born at Baltimore Zoo Take Wobbly Steps

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced on Wednesday, September 14, that two sitatunga calves were born at the zoo.

The zoo reported that the female calves were born to separate mothers during the same weekend. They said one calf was born on Friday and that another calf was born on Sunday to mothers Mousse and Peggy, respectively.

Video provided to Storyful by the Maryland Zoo, which they said was taken on Tuesday, in Baltimore, shows a calf and her mother.

When announcing their newest arrivals, the zoo joked, “double the excitement, double the cuteness!” Credit: Maryland Zoo via Storyful

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