Watch the live ‘baby elephant cam’ at OKC Zoo

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OKLAHOMA CITY-   Oklahomans are still oohing and ahhing over the newest addition at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

A baby elephant was born Monday afternoon.

Click here to watch the birth of the baby elephant.

According to the Oklahoma City Zoo, Asha, the 19-year-old Asian elephant gave birth to a 332-pound female calf.

So, what do newborn baby elephants do?

Well, you can find out for yourself!

You can now watch live streaming video of the baby elephant thanks to a webcam at the zoo.

Watch the video player above to see the live video.

By the way, the Oklahoma City Zoo is open 9am-5pm daily, but is closed on Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.

Click here to visit the Oklahoma City Zoo’s website.

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