Offspring of Toronto's runaway capybaras named after Rush members
The baby capybaras at Toronto's High Park Zoo have finally been named.
Alex, Geddy and Neil -- named after members of the band Rush -- were born in February, but were only officially named yesterday.
Their names came courtesy of a contest, in which nearly 45,000 people voted.
The triplets are the offspring of Bonnie and Clyde, who famously escaped last May and eluded zoo staff and animal detectives for weeks.
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