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A baby rhino trots proudly behind his much larger and very protective mother!

Rhinoceros: My horns look like an upside down eagle's beak! White rhinos are the second largest land mammal and their name comes from the Afrikaan’s, a West Germanic language, word “weit” which means wide and refers to the animal’s muzzle. Also known as the square-lipped rhinoceros, white rhinos have a square upper lip with almost no hair. The majority (98.8%) of white rhinos occur in just four countries: South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Kenya.

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Baby rhino

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White rhino & calf, photographed in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Meet the first Indian Rhino baby born in Poland -- at Warsaw Zoo! You can see more pictures and watch a video of his daily bath on Zooborns.

Otze the Rhinocerous Born at Edinburgh Zoo, June 1998

Otze the Rhinocerous Born at Edinburgh Zoo, June 1998 Photographie sur


Baby Asian Rhino...supposedly