To be fair, Bobber actually arrived seven months ago.
But the wallaby joey is finally venturing out of its mother's pouch and where the general public can see it, Zoo Boise staff announced Friday.
The joey's gender is not yet known; that's waiting on a veterinary exam. Its parents are Kaiya and Bondi, residents of the zoo's Wallaby Walkabout exhibit.
Wallabies are small marsupials from Australia that are related to kangaroos. The zoo's Walkabout exhibit will be open from 1-5 p.m. daily next week during spring break.
You may still have to be patient to see Bobber: The joey still spends much of its time inside its mother's pouch and will do so for a few more months, according to zoo staff.
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