Tapir pair has a baby in Japan

Bonding time: Persa frolicking with its mother at an enclosure at the Nagasaki Bio Park in Japan.

PUTRAJAYA: Three months after their arrival at a Japanese zoo, Malayan Tapirs Bertam and Im have produced an offspring.

Bertam, which is three years old, gave birth to a male on March 14 at the Nagasaki Bio Park.

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