The chick emerged from the eggshell Thursday night with a little help. The zoo shared the baby news on Twitter.
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Staff members kept watch for hours to make sure the hatchling pulled through.
The chick went right into a warm brooder so the team can monitor its health over the next few days.
Zoo officials say the next step is to unite the chick with its parents.
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