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Rare chicks being raised by zookeepers

Rare chicks usually found on the Aru Islands in Indonesia are being raised at a zoo in the UK. The birds are thought to be vulnerable to extinction.
The chicks need regular feeding to help them grow strong. Kola gets his first feed at 6am and his last at 10pm every day.
A chick in a red box
This isn't a scouring pad for doing the washing up - it's Kola!
White-naped pheasant pigeon chick on a sink draining board
Kola and his sibling were rejected by their mother so the chicks are being hand-reared by zookeepers. Gareth Evans said: "We sit them on scouring pads to make things a little easier. It gives them something to grip on to."
A zookeeper holding a chick
Two rare white-naped pheasant pigeon chicks have been hatched at Chester Zoo. The birds are endangered so some are raised in zoos as a safety-net.
A chick being weighed
When the chicks are fully grown they'll look like this red-beaked adult. The birds are only found on the Aru Islands in Indonesia and are thought to be vulnerable to extinction.
White-naped pheasant pigeon