Get ready for a cuteness overload.
Chewbacca is the newest kid on the block at Boston's Franklin Park Zoo -- literally.
The adorable Nigerian dwarf goat was born to parents Leia and Lucky early Tuesday morning.
She weighed just 4 pounds, but was soon standing by herself and nursing. She'll live with her parents in the Franklin Farm section.
Zoo CEO John Linehan said in a press release that he was "thrilled" at the birth.
The highly adaptable herbivorous goat species has been domesticated for dairy production and can be found all over the world in a range of climates.
They are noted for their easygoing nature and wide range of color patterns.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story misspelled the name of the zoo's CEO as John Lineman; he is John Linehan.
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