This Date in History

March 23, 1919: Hundreds of Washington children and their parents took advantage of the balmy weather and journeyed to the Zoo to see some new arrivals from the East Indies — two baby elephants. Their names were Kechil and Hitam, meaning “small” and “black.” The little females were Sumatran elephants.baby-sumatran-elephant

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