TWO YAK'S JOIN THE SEQUOIA PARK ZOO
Two new faces are now calling the Sequoia Park home. They’re two “yaks” a boy named Moses and a female named Scarlet. They are both domesticated yaks that came from a private farm in freshwater… the owners were not able to take care of them anymore. Domesticated yak’s have been kept for thousands of years in Tibet, they provide milk and transportation. Zoo officials are happy to have them; the exhibit they are living in has been vacant for about 4 years. Residents say they are excited to see new animals coming to the zoo. The yak’s can be found right near the red panda exhibit.