There’s a new addition to The Wilds, and it’s a really cute one.
The innovative Guernsey County wildlife park announced last week that a greater one-horned rhino was born in the early morning hours of Aug. 16 to experienced mother Sanya.
The calf, which according to the park appears “strong and healthy”, is the ninth that has been born there. In fact, strict regulation and conservation efforts have elevated the status of the species from endangered to vulnerable.
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And now you can check out the youngster for yourself as well.
According to The Wilds, the female calf can be seen by park guests in one of two ways.
Open-Air Safari Tours, which run approximately two hours inside an open-air vehicle and are led by a knowledgeable guide, cost $35 per person. The more intimate Wildside Tours, which allow guests to get up close and personal with animals while using an off-road vehicle, run $125 per person.
More information on both tours can be found here
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