From ZooBorns.com:

Nashville Zoo Keepers Administer Emergency Mouth To Snout CPR To Save a Baby Tapir


“It was very tense for the first few minutes, but because of our preparation and training, we were able to intervene and rescue the baby,” said Brown. “Mother and calf are now bonding and doing great. The baby loves being scratched and discovering how fast he can run around the barn.”

Photo credits: Amiee Stubbs / Nashville Zoo

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