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Rare Black Rhino Born at Australian Zoo


A second rare Southern black rhino has been born this year at Australia’s Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Zookeepers say the male calf is doing well and already interacting with them. The calf and his mother aren't on view to the public now but they'll make their debut in early 2018. Southern black rhinos are critically endangered in the wild with an estimated 4,000 left.

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