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2011-02-02 18:52:23
Such a precious little creature! Shameful reflection on man's husbandry of his inheritance. Thank you for the beautiful photos you've posted. They bring a lot of pleasure.
2011-02-02 18:51:51
Such a precious little creature! Shameful reflection on man's husbandry of his inheritance. Thank you for the beautiful photos you've posted. They bring a lot of pleasure.
2011-02-02 17:09:44
On January 14th, 2011 the St. Louis Zoo welcomed its first Black Rhinoceros calf in 20 years to first-time parents, mother Kati Rain and father Ajabu. Weighing in at a dainty 120-1/2 pounds, the little male is nursing well and being cared for by his mother, according to Zoo staff. The Black Rhino has experienced the most drastic decline of any rhino species. In 1970, it was thought there were about 65,000 black rhinos in Africa. By 1993, there were only 2,300 survivors in the wild. Black rhinos are heavily poached, because it is thought in many Asian countries that the rhino horn has medicinal uses.