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Zoo Miami is welcoming the arrival of a young male koala named Milo, who arrived in South Florida from the San Diego Zoo on May 3.
Milo had to remain in quarantine when he arrived to make sure he was healthy and acclimated to his new environment, the zoo said.
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Zoo Miami’s koala exhibit has been empty since the death of the zoo's 19-year-old koala Cobber last February. He was one of the oldest koalas in the country.
Milo, a Queensland koala, was born at the San Diego Zoo in July 2011. He'll celebrate his fifth birthday July 2.
Milo made his first public appearance on Tuesday.