Black rhino calf born at Port Lympne wild animal park, Kent
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Kent zoo's baby black rhino finds her feet

Zookeepers at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park in Kent are celebrating the birth of a black rhinoceros - the 34th to be born there. She is the latest addition to the largest herd of black rhinos outside Africa.

Black rhinos are an endangered species, and staff at Port Lympne help by sending the animals back to their African roots or through the breeding programme at the park.

  • 11 Jul 2012