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Baby Black Rhinoceros born at Germany's Berlin Zoo




The Berlin Zoo received a special gift last week – a baby Indian Black Rhinoceros.  On February 7th, this calf which has still not been named has been a wonderful addition to the zoo.




According to some statistics, there are only about 3,600 Indian Black Rhinoceros left in the wild.

Male Indian Rhinoceros Born at The Berlin Zoo

This Indian Rhinoceros calf was born Sunday in captivity at The Berlin Zoo to Mother Jhansi.  Indian rhinoceros are found in parts of India as well as Nepal.  There are approximately 3,000 Indian rhinos in the WILD today.   To read this article (CLICK HERE) or click on the photo below.


Male Indian Rhinoceros Calf and Mother: Photo found on Los Angeles Times Local "L.A. Unleashed", Photo taken by: Arno Burgi / European Pressphoto Agency