Tue 19 November 2013, The Independent

Chester Zoo 20-centimetre tall antelope is rejected by it's mother

By Heather Saul
A baby Kirk's dik-dik, one of the smallest species of antelope in the world, is having to rely on his sister for care after the tiny creature was rejected by his mother at Chester Zoo.
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