Israeli zoo welcomes newborn white rhino

Female Tanda this week gave birth to a male calf at the Ramat Gan safari park zoo near Tel Aviv.

By REUTERS
August 24, 2016 21:25

Israeli zoo welcomes new born rhino

Israeli zoo welcomes new born rhino

 
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RAMAT GAN, Israel - A wildlife park in Israel is celebrating a new arrival for one of its species - a baby white rhino.

Female Tanda this week gave birth to a male calf at the Ramat Gan safari park zoo near Tel Aviv.

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"She is nursing him and taking very good care of him," said Gali Berkovich, an enrichment coordinator and animal trainer at the park.

"Rhinos are highly endangered animals ... so this is why every birth is very important not just to us but for the entire species."

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