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A female southern white rhino calf, born three days ago at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, bravely went nose-to-nose with an adult female rhino, scared off a curious Nile lechwe and explored her 60-acre East Africa habitat earlier today—all under the watchful eye of her protective mother.   The calf, named Kianga (pronounced Key-AN-ga), which means sunshine in Swahili, was born Oct. 13 to mom, Kacy, and father, Maoto (pronounced May-O-toe). This is the pair’s second calf. The first, a…

A female southern white rhino calf, born three days ago at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, bravely went nose-to-nose with an adult female rhino, scared.

© David Gulden – The Centre Cannot Hold – Courtesy of the artist

David Gulden is a wildlife photographer. Gulden really inspires me because I want to go around the world and take wildlife photography. I like his style because he takes black and white. This emphasizes the details.

Hippo Blog #4: Baby Steps Forward | Cincinnati Zoo Blog

Since Fiona was born at least 6 weeks premature, this means she has finally reached her original due date, and at over

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor baby rhino sitting

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor baby rhino sitting

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There are two kinds of rhinoceros in Africa. The black rhino (Diceros bicornis) is named for its dark color and the white rhino (Ceratotherium simum), also known as a square-lipped rhino, is named not only for its pale color but also for its wide mouth.