San Francisco Zoo Announces Baby Guanaco

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Marianne Hale
A baby guanaco, born on Aug. 20, can be seen at the Puente al Sur exhibit at the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens. (Aug. 23, 2016) Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal.
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Marianne Hale
Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Marianne Hale
Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Marianne Hale
Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Marianne Hale
Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Marianne Hale
Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Marianne Hale
Guanacos are a member of the Camelid family, along with camels, llamas, alpacas and vicunas. They are native to South America, where they are the largest wild mammal. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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Marianne Hale
Infant guanaco, born on Saturday August 20th, in the Puente al Sur exhibit at the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens. (Aug. 23, 2016)
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