Port Lympne Reserve in Kent has recently welcomed another addition. Its big herd of Eastern Black Rhinos has grown up by two, since, after Kissima‘s little bull born at the beginning of January, even Solio, 16 years and half,  has given birth to an healthy calf. This time is a little female that has not a name yet. She was born at the end of January and since then she has spent her days by her mother side, in their indoor enclosure, where they can bond in absolute quiet.

The little calf’s dad is bull Sammy, born in Japan and transferred in Europe at the beginning of 2002.

Solio’s calf is the 40th Eastern Black Rhino calf born at the Reserve.

You can read more here