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Published on May 2, 2012
You know spring is in full swing when the residents of Denver Zoo's Flamingo and Monkey Islands move back outside. Visit the zoo today and you'll see American and Chilean flamingoes choosing their favorite spots for the season and hooded capuchins sharing their space with a couple American pelicans and a red-crowned crane, named Theodore Rex. The crane, called T-Rex for short, was born at the zoo last June and is brand new to the island this year. He's also very important to the overall zoo population. He was a product of artificial insemination by our bird staff, but was then successfully parent reared.