Today we have the Facebook Live video update, with Curator Tori. We can easily see the difference in size between the yearlings who arrived several months ago and those malnourished little yearlings who came to us more recently.

Tori explains about the role that their instincts play in directing their behavior, including the fact that once they are released they will soon separate from each other to live solitary lives.

You will see Nettles as she enjoys an apple and even swims – more activity than we have seen from this little female.

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Be sure to keep tuning in so that when the time comes for these little yearlings to return to the wild you will not miss out!