High Park Zoo turns to public for help naming capybara triplets
Rachael D'Amore, CTV Toronto
Published Wednesday, April 19, 2017 2:36PM EDT
The offspring of Toronto’s furry former fugitives each need a name and High Park Zoo wants your help.
Last month, the zoo announced that ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ – the devious duo who made headlines worldwide after escaping their enclosure and evading capture for weeks – had become proud parents to three capy-babies.
Though the brood isn’t ready for public viewing yet, the zoo is hoping Torontonians can help them find names for the triplets.
Zoo officials say they won’t know the gender of the babies until they’re older, so participants are encouraged to consider names that could work for “any cute little capybaby.”
The deadline for submissions is May 3. After that, zoo staff will create a short list of the best names which will become public on May 8 when voting will begin.
Please help us name the three Capybara pups. Visit the High Park Zoo website, scroll down and fill in your names. https://t.co/gRpMPZ47CV— High Park Zoo (@HighParkZoo) April 18, 2017