Just before the end of 2017 The Toronto Zoo welcomed a new baby Rhino.
Watch as our white rhino calf, born to mom Zohari on December 24, 2017, meets Aunt Sabi (Zohari’s half-sister). A “howdy” is a term used when introducing animals for the first time through a barrier. #RhinoDiaries pic.twitter.com/uVKehq3g5a
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) January 5, 2018
Then, during the first week of 2018 The Toronto Zoo welcomed a 2nd new baby Rhino.
We are excited to announce that Ashakiran, a 13-year-old female greater one-horned rhino, gave birth to a male calf on Thursday, January 4, 2018, at 11:04 am. This is the first birth of 2018 for the Zoo. pic.twitter.com/Hlqs0lVhvt
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) January 8, 2018
Just days ago, the baby Rhino saw snow for the very first time.
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) February 10, 2018
The baby Rhino shared the same enthusiasm for a shower too
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) January 23, 2018
Remember when you had this much energy??
Our greater one-horned rhino calf loves to play! He is very curious and interested in discovering new things for himself (with mom in tow, of course). He also loves to play with mom by running around and climbing on her. #BabyRhinoDiaries #TwoTinyRhinos pic.twitter.com/QCSS1aPXEn
— The Toronto Zoo (@TheTorontoZoo) January 31, 2018