A one-month-old Asian small-clawed otter pup, born to first-time dad and mom on the Denver Zoo, has been named Jai.
It’s time for an otter-ly lovely replace: Our male Asian small-clawed otter pup has formally been named Jai! Jai—pronounced “J-eye”—is a phrase that has Indian and Sanskrit origins and means “victory and triumph.” 🦦
Photograph Credit score: Keeper Erik B. pic.twitter.com/GVigb4UTke
— Denver Zoo (@DenverZoo) August 5, 2022
Jai, pronounced “J-eye,” is a reputation with Indian and Sanskrit origin which means “victory and triumph,” in accordance with proud zoo officers. The male pup weighs simply over one pound and his eyes stay closed whereas he grows and matures.
Jai has been squirming round a den field together with his dad and mom, Pintar and Bu. Zoo officers say the three go collectively like “PB&J!”
The zoo otters should not in public view presently, however a reside digital camera is ready up of their den and zoo guests can view the otters on streaming video throughout their go to. Folks can at: denverzoo.org/visit.