PICTURES: First female newborn Rhino at Ramat Gan Safari in 20 years

The new baby rhinoceros will be important to the future of the rhinoceros population at the Ramat Gan Safari.

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September 3, 2014 19:27

The baby female rhinoceros at the Ramat Gan Safari.. (photo credit: TIBOR JAGER)

 
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A female rhinoceros was recently born at the Ramat Gan Safari for the first time in 20 years.

Zookeepers celebrated that the baby white rhino, born to 21-year-old Tanda, will be able to contribute to the future reproduction of the Safari's rhinoceros population.



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