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The Wilds is GOING wild over its two newborn rhino calves!
The Greater one-horned rhino and white rhino are vulnerable, just like the other species of rhino due to poaching and habitat reduction, but these two cuties are boosting conservation efforts.
The Greater one-horned calf was born in October while the white rhino was born in late September.
The Wilds is a southeastern Ohio reserve that is pushing towards keeping rhinos existent.
We'd say they are doing an EXCELLENT job!!! Keep it up!
Kisiri and Tambo have another cutie on their hands!
Busch Gardens Tampa welcomed another white rhino baby Tuesday and she is TOO PRESCHUZZ!
The second babe for mama Kirisi and the seventh for Tambo, the unnamed female weighs 140lbs (at birth) and will gain four pounds each day until she is 3,500 to 4000 pounds!
There are fewer than 15,000 white rhinos in the wild and Busch Gardens has had eight total rhinos, seven white rhinos and one black rhino.
Congrats! Keep these cuties coming!
The Monarto Zoo got a pleasant and MUCH needed surprise when a FEMALE baby calf was born October 2.
The regional rhino population is dwindling, with only 20,000 left in the wild and a baby girl is just what the rhinos need.
The calf's parents, Uhura and Satara, have two sons as well as so we KNOW they're proven as a mama and daddy team!
For a species that suffers heavily against poaching, these future mama is great news!
Congrats on the new baby rhino, Monarto Zoo!
Zoo keepers at Burgers' Zoo in The Netherlands were surprised when a baby rhino decided to enter the world earlier than expected.
The baby rhino may be a preemie but he's stable and healthy!
Even though he was born 6 weeks early and no zoo keepers were around to see it!
His 12-year-old mother is healthy too!
They are white rhinos and they are listed as Near Threatened which means that as a species in the wild, they're not doing too well. Mainly because of poaching.
That's so sad because they're so CUTE!
Check out the video (above) to see the little guy walking around just being adorbz.
This babe wanted to see the world as soon as he could!
Zoo Basel welcomed a baby Indian rhino, and he's a tough cutie to boot!
The birth was so quick and effortless, the tiny tyke was named Jarj (Nepalese for instantly).
This is the third calf for mama Quetta and the 33rd for Zoo Basel, who is the head honcho for Indian rhinos in the European Endangered Species Program.
Congrats to the proud mama and Zoo Basel!