Buffalo Zoo looking for help naming newly-born macaque

(Photo: The Buffalo Zoo)

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — On Tuesday morning, the Buffalo Zoo announced the birth of a new Japanese macaque.

The young animal, who is a male, was born to father Ketu and mother Debbie on June 22.

The Buffalo Zoo wants help naming the baby. Here are the options:

  • Koji, which means “little one”
  • Ryuu, which means “dragon”
  • Akio, which means “bright boy”
  • Raiden, which means “god of thunder”

Click/tap here to pick your favorite name.

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