Another look at the new baby rhino! Like most newborns, he spends his time eating, sleeping and staying close to mom.
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60 pounds. 30 inches. Not your average vitals for a newborn. But when you’re dealing with a baby black rhino, it’s fair to expect things to be a bit outsized.
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Regenstein African Journey lead keeper Jill Gossett recently journeyed to South Africa to study black-backed jackals and brown hyenas. She shares her experience in an in-depth article and aRead More ›
A baby white-cheeked gibbon cuddles up with mom, Burma, at the Helen Brach Primate House. The little one, born August 16, is the fourth offspring for Burma and mate CarusoRead More ›