Baby goats born on Easter Sunday

It was an extra special Easter at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center. They welcomed goats Jellybean and Peep to the world on Easter Sunday.

Two baby goats were born on Easter Sunday at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center.

Two baby goats were born on Easter Sunday at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center. (4/8/15)

STAMFORD - It was an extra special Easter at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center.

They welcomed goats Jellybean and Peep to the world on Easter Sunday.

Staff members tell us a lamb was born on Monday night, and they're expecting several other new additions soon. 

Staff members say the new additions will be outside later in the week for visitors to see.   

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